• SoFly - A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

    SoFly - A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

    SoFly is pleased to announce the release of A Guide to Flight Simulator. This is the first of many supportive tools to help both newcomers and experienced simmers with the hobby.

    This stunning 120-page digital guide is packed full of inspiring visuals to support you in your new flight simulator. Discover what you need to know from flying with ATC and configuring camera controls, to using the accessible user interface (UI) and completing your first training flight.

    SoFly - A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

    Spend more time flying in your new simulator with the best possible set up. SoFly’s team of experts have carefully crafted an easy to follow guide, enabling you to swiftly adapt your settings to maximise performance without compromising the look of your new simulator.

    A Guide to Flight Simulator will provide you with detailed information for each of the hand-crafted airports, whilst the tips and tricks from certified pilots will give you the confidence needed to complete complicated manoeuvres and land at challenging airports. Detailed specs will help you understand each of the included aircraft to help you become the best virtual pilot.

    SoFly - A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

    The step-by-step tutorials included throughout will walk you through your first flights in the simulator, and provide you with travel inspiration for your next virtual flight. You'll soon be able to fly solo or online with your friends using live settings.

    "A Guide to Flight Simulator" is the perfect travel companion for anyone using the new flight simulator, regardless of the level of experience or knowledge.

    SoFly - A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

    Features

    • Over 120 pages of detailed content guiding you to have the best flight simulation experience
    • A step-by-step tutorial for you to learn about the aircraft and how they handle
    • Detailed information on every hand-crafted airport
    • Detailed information on each included aircraft
    • Tips to maximise the performance of your simulator
    • A walk-through on how to use built-in features, such as ATC, camera controls, and more
    • Detailed information on how to set up multiplayer flights with ease
    • Inspiration on landmarks and cities to explore
    • New challenges to test your piloting skills
    • Walk-through tutorials for your first flights
    • Guidance on how to use the UI (user interface) and explore the world with ease

    Purchase SoFly – A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

    SoFly - A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

    About SoFly

    This is an all-new flight simulation company aimed at supporting, educating and providing guidance to newcomers and flight simulation enthusiasts already embarking on their simulation experience.

    Working jointly with others will enable SoFly to help others feel inspired when choosing their next virtual flight. Through the use of podcasts, video diaries and other forms of media, those in the industry can support and give tips to those just joining us.

    Having everything in one place to educate, inspire and guide is our mission. Over the course of time, SoFly will be populated with a huge collection of support for those with experience and those new to the world of Flight Simulation.

    Purchase SoFly – A Guide to Flight Simulator – MSFS 2020

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    6 Comments
    1. vflight2's Avatar
      vflight2 -
      Sounds great; thanks I think I'll wait until it thoroughly reviewed.
    1. Nels_Anderson's Avatar
      Nels_Anderson -
      I've looked through the book and the quality is excellent. I'm also told that it will be regularly updated as new information comes in, with the updates free to purchasers.
    1. JRT's Avatar
      JRT -
      What you don't mention if I'm correct in that how to cold start every plane in the sim?
    1. JRT's Avatar
      JRT -
      That's what I've been searching for on the web but so far no luck in finding that information. If this provided I would be a happy person to purchase your guide.
    1. geoffsan's Avatar
      geoffsan -
      The guide looks great from the bits I have seen. I wonder though, what the updates will cost and when they will start when the initial rush has settled down?
    1. loki's Avatar
      loki -
      Quote Originally Posted by geoffsan View Post
      The guide looks great from the bits I have seen. I wonder though, what the updates will cost and when they will start when the initial rush has settled down?
      There have a number of free updates already.
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