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CrashGordon Chief Captain

From avsim.net:

Microsoft: New Flight Simulator Announcement Soon

Posted: Friday, December 30, 2005 - 18:36
In a communication received from representatives of Microsoft Game Studios late yesterday, AVSIM was informed that "the next instalment of the Flight Simulator franchise" is forthcoming, with a projected release date of Q4 2006. This information was released in response to the inaccurate release date published in US magazine PC Gamer's February edition; AVSIM delayed its publication of this note from MGS until it had verified that this information could be released to the public.

Further information is expected from MGS next week -- watch this space!

As I've said before to this kind of announcement, I'll believe it when I see it. By that, I mean an announcement on the MS web site and not some third party site.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Crash, It's most likely true. They are reacting to the article in the magazine that we saw a few days ago.
Beta testing hasn't started yet so it seems reasonable to release it then.
It'll be about the same time Windows Vista comes out so the chances of FSX being 64 bit backward compatible is great.

They have worked with Avsim in the past.
Just IMHO.
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Shoot! I am going to need a new PC!!!! Mine wont be able to run vista because of DRM in monitors Evil or Very Mad

Nice exuse for a new one though... Very Happy Twisted Evil

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Anonymous wrote:

Shoot! I am going to need a new PC!!!! Mine wont be able to run vista because of DRM in monitors Evil or Very Mad

Nice exuse for a new one though... Very Happy Twisted Evil

I can't see them "junking" many monitors for their new OS.
It's more about obsolete video cards isn't it. (but it sure is a good excuse for a new set-up Mr. Green )

http://arstechnica.com/uncategorized/2005/08/hdcp-vista/

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