nikkoum Posted February 1, 2019 Share Posted February 1, 2019 Hello everyone. For years I was an avid flightsimer. Then, life got in the way and I drifted away from the hobby. At that time I was a FSX guy with the usual collection of sceneries, aircraft and AI traffic management content. I left the hobby sometime after microsoft closed the doors to their shop and haven't paid much attention since. Recently I've been thinking about getting back into the hobby and was looking for some advice from the community. I apologize in advance as Im sure this question has been asked before in some shape or fashion. I did try and do a little digging and some research but would love some sort of consensus from the community on which way to go. As everyone knows this can be an expensive hobby and would love to put my money on the right path. :) Also, I know a lot has changed with the intro of Prepar3d and Plane 11 etc. So, I come hat in hand to you guys. The experts. Assuming I would be purchasing a high grade PC with a 2080 type graphics card etc. Whats the best way to go these days? Which platform offers the best graphics, traffic management, and user supported content? The best experience? In other words if you had to start over, what would you do? Things that I enjoyed from my previous experience. Flying long hall and regional routes. Downloading unique sceneries. Tinkering with real life traffic schedules and AI Weather add ons. Mostly maintaining a collection of airliners (regional, and heavies) I don't mind learning a new platform and look forward to starting it up again. Anyways, I apologize again if this has been discussed ad nauseam. I did try and peruse the boards. You guys are on here all the time so, if there is a place to direct me where its being discussed I appreciate it. You all would know best where to look. Thanks and happy simming! Nick Sdoucos Principal, Flight FX Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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