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# 251141 10-Jun-2019 15:26
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This could be pretty good. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=86&v=ReDDgFfWlS4

 

 

 

Hopefully better than their last attempt. 

 

 

 

 


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  # 2255357 10-Jun-2019 15:27
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It does look pretty.  Hate to think what the specs of the rig are powering the trailer.  


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  # 2255358 10-Jun-2019 15:28
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It looks like the GTA5 airport in it.





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  # 2255360 10-Jun-2019 15:31
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I hope my yoke, rudder pedals, 2 X Throttle quadrants, and cap panning sensor all work,. as well as high detailed, photo NZ scenery all work.


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  # 2255361 10-Jun-2019 15:37
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Wow that does look amazing, is this something for the new xbox that was announced ??





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  # 2255362 10-Jun-2019 15:39
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JaseNZ:

 

Wow that does look amazing, is this something for the new xbox that was announced ??

 

 

I believe xbox and PC. Which makes sense. 


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  # 2255414 10-Jun-2019 17:13
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Wow, just wow.

I'd given up on Microsoft ever doing FS since the death of FSX.

I only hope it has enough FS functionality with tools for FS community and isn't an arcade game...

I might need to dig out those pedals yoke etc from garage.


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  # 2255468 10-Jun-2019 18:11
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I wonder if those environments are locally stored or are streamed


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