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    NG3 is looking gorgeous can't wait

    Oh my lord the NG is looking stunning, can't wait to see her in the MSFS
    James Bartlett
    Avid Flight Simulator Enthusiast and Private Pilot.

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    James,

    The images don't do it justice. Wait until we can show you video.

    Robert S. Randazzo
    PMDG Simulations
    http://www.pmdg.com


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      #3
      Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
      James,

      The images don't do it justice. Wait until we can show you video.
      Please tell us this is going to happen soon! 😊
      The effort put in this project is so impressive that it's clearly noticeable how much MSFS is going to live in our computers for a long way from now on.
      Giovanni D. Tarar
      FAA CPL+IR Single & Multiengine Land
      I love flying when I'm in a bad mood

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        #4
        cant wait till videos from the cockpit.
        now i am updating my pc with a gtx 2080Ti and a 10th generation processor 10900K.
        a Beast from a 737 ngs3 needs a beast from a computer.
        -)

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          #5
          Something else I've noticed is, the sounds in MFS are way more dynamic than in previous sims. The Wwise engine appears quite versatile.
          Ilari Kousa, Finland

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            #6
            Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
            James,

            The images don't do it justice. Wait until we can show you video.
            I can't wait because I can believe the pictures don't do it justice, Just knowing what you guys always managed to pull of with the old sims I can only imagine all the great improvements you guys will be able to bring to the new sim with so much more capabilities and now the ability to use our hardware to the full
            James Bartlett
            Avid Flight Simulator Enthusiast and Private Pilot.

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              #7
              The wait will be long, at least next Spring and probably longer. Don't hold your breath, the Blue Man Team is full.
              Bob Zolto

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                #8
                Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
                James,

                The images don't do it justice. Wait until we can show you video.
                Have they improved ground friction for taxiing as well as ground effect ? FSX SE always was completely way off in the flare (way too much float).

                Eric Blais
                738 RW Driver.

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