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Thread: Article: Microsoft Flight Simulator Developer Interview

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    It will be interesting to see how Austin Meyer responds once this gets released. Competition is good for us all.

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    How many Super Computers will it take to run this thing?

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    Much appetizing! The sole question I have is about seasons. Read and heard other interviews and didn't get a neat answer: how seasons will be rendered in terms of how landscape will look? Yes, the weather is real-time or themed. But how will the date of the flight translate into the color of trees (fall, winter, spring, etc.), snow, freezing of water areas, etc ?

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    The force is strong with this one!

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    Again no reference to the way it will be marketed? Monthly subscription of course?

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    Great interview Dom. Will be very interesting to see if this is the future of Flight Sim or not.

    Regards Paul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalizzi View Post
    Again no reference to the way it will be marketed? Monthly subscription of course?
    They have said no subscription required.

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    Wait until it comes out on the market. Then lets see what everyone says. Should be interesting.

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    Excellent interview, the enthusiasm comes through as does the commitment to make this a truely leading simulator plus the desire to embrace the third-party community. Bring it on, can't wait!

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    This looks like an amazing product...I'm left wondering about flight controls hardware, medium on which it can be used, portability.

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