Over the weekend, FlyByWire hosted their “In The Hangar” Q&A video which answered community questions and shared the latest progress with both the A32NX modification and the upcoming A380X for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The biggest surprise from the episode was the progress shots of the A380X. The double-decked aircraft is hotly anticipated amongst the community and the new renders from the development team highlight the progress FlyByWire has so far made. Amongst the previews were close-ups from the Captain’s seat, the FCU, the instrument panel and also the MFD. These previews are still very much a work in progress as it has yet to be textured.
Microsoft and Asobo Studio took to Twitch to take part in the regular live stream where the community can ask the development team burning questions. The 1.5 hour stream is full of information related to how specific decisions are made, upcoming changes and normally features a sneak peek at what is to come next.
During the live stream, the first confirmed details for what exactly we can expect in the upcoming World Update IV: France and the Benelux. This means France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg will see vast improvements in the simulator through new aerial imagery, points of interest and all-new hand-crafted airports. During the live stream, Jorg Neumann confirmed that Gaya Simulations have returned to develop new airports for the world update. When the update does drop, simmers will be able to...
X-Plane 11.53 is an incremental bug-fix patch update which features a fix for unusable HP Reverb G2 VR controllers. Known bugs First load time with Metal and Vulkan will be surprisingly slow. This is lots of shaders/pipelines compiling for the first time; subsequent runs will be faster. XPD-7871...
E' stato realizzato il primo elicottero, lo trovate qui.
This build does not represent the level of quality we seek to achieve by the time we get to a 1.0 release, but with just a small team of 3 we know that by releasing our current build to the community we can get valuable feedback and help on improving the H135 to be an aircraft we can all enjoy.
Watch our official Airbus H135 helicopter tutorial from our development team -