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Will the 737 also come to xbox?

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    Will the 737 also come to xbox?

    Will the 737 also come to xbox?

    #2
    I believe they’ve said yes at a later date
    Toby Arnold

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      #3
      I really can’t believe that this will be real. This is an incredible achievement for the whole sim community.

      I don’t have an Xbox but I know that the concept beyond this machine was completely far from the simulation sector.

      if the best sim software developer will come on the console, it will be history.

      Mirko Quarna
      Italy.
      Mirko Quarna
      Messina, Italy.

      PMDG as a state of mind

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        #4
        Mirko-

        We expect it will, yes. We are still waiting on Microsoft to fix the security issues that caused the DC-6 to not work... Once they have that sorted out, we will get the DC-6 on the XBox platform- and I am pretty sure the 737 will go more-or-less seamlessly.

        There are a few oddities to figure out, such as navdata updates- and of course any functionality that relies upon the outside world (EFB/etc) likely won't work on that environment- but that doesn't mean the whole rest of the airplane (99.95% of it!) won't work just grandly.
        Robert S. Randazzo
        PMDG Simulations
        http://www.pmdg.com


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          #5
          No, the Xbox is expected to come to the 737. She is a proud plane and will bow to nothing!
          Mark "Crabby" Crabtree AAL311 | PHL
          I7-9700KF | 2070 Super | Honeycomb Alpha/Bravo | MFG Crosswind

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            #6
            Originally posted by Crabby View Post
            No, the Xbox is expected to come to the 737. She is a proud plane and will bow to nothing!

            I'd argue she does ^^

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            Marc Eland
            GFO Beta

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            • Steve Dra
              Steve Dra commented
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              That is not a bow....that is a curtsy....she is a lady and only genuflects according to her gender. How DARE you insinuate that she's a dude!
              PMDG 737 privileges revoked until you can recite these steps by memory:
              https://www.wikihow.com/Curtsy

            • Ephedrin
              Ephedrin commented
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              Trollolololol

            #7
            I hope not. More revenue for PMDG I know, but it dilutes our hobby. Yes, I know, Im a simming snob.
            PMDG Cultist...Chris Honke (CYYZ)

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            • Sylvenzo
              Sylvenzo commented
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              It’s diluting the hobby! 🤔

            #8
            Originally posted by Boomer View Post
            I hope not. More revenue for PMDG I know, but it dilutes our hobby. Yes, I know, Im a simming snob.
            No wonder you use the user name Boomer this comment is such an outdated belief, how does what is really just a pre packaged Pc in a box dilute our hobby, you can still fly all aircraft and use a lot of the hotas and joysticks we enjoy as Pc users and it can even be connected to a monitor if that makes you feel better. Anything that brings more people to our hobby should be applauded and encouraged as it brings prices down and encourages future development.
            Robert Reilly

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              #9
              I stand by what I said.
              PMDG Cultist...Chris Honke (CYYZ)

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                #10
                More money for the developers, more possibility to expand, more development effort can be taken, more joy for us. XBox has 8 GB RAM but that‘s barely my problem to deal with. Whoever wants to use the sim on a consile is free to do so. I won‘t but nobody will care either. Problems really can be made.
                Ryzen 9 5900X, RX 6900XT, 32GB DDR4 RAM @3600MHz, 4k
                Marc Eland
                GFO Beta

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                  #11
                  Originally posted by Ephedrin View Post
                  XBox has 8 GB RAM but that‘s barely my problem to deal with. Whoever wants to use the sim on a consile is free to do so. I won‘t but nobody will care either. Problems really can be made.
                  but that 8GB only has to be focused on running one app at a time, so it might be enough to run the aircraft well on the xbox
                  Robert Freiberg

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                    #12
                    An that fear people have that the Lower specs will hold it back is just not there anymore Flight sim stuff will be dev'd for PC then ported backwards not the other way around
                    James Bartlett
                    Avid Flight Simulator Enthusiast and Private Pilot.

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