Greetings fellow flight simmers,
It's been a while since we have posted anything new and we are beginning to see that it's causing some concerns that the development of Aerofly FS 2 is slowly diminishing. Well i'm here to tell everyone that this is far from accurate, in fact, things are going well. Over the past couple of months following our very well received VR Hands update we once again got back to development. What are we developing that is so secret that we don't want to tell the community you ask? Well, what appears that we are being secretive is in fact a side effect to working on a very complex flight simulator with a very small team.
Most of you know that an R22 is coming. I can tell you that it's coming along nicely and will be ready for Aerofly FS 2 shortly; but no sooner than the time that needs to be taken to get it to meet the Aerofly standards you all have come to expect.
How about that logbook? Some have noticed that we mentioned that a new logbook feature will be making its way to Aerofly quite some time ago. Well, I can tell you that nothing handmade, even a smaller feature as basic as a logbook, comes without a new set of issues. This is the result of trying to make a great flight simulator.
The logbook as well as the R22 will come, please make no mistake about that.
Now let's get to the more major features like ATC. This too has been talked about since the beginning of time yet still one of the most complex of features that flight simulator developers even with large teams are having difficulty making properly for decades. We are working very hard on this so we ask you to please give us more time while we try to give you an innovative solution that everyone can be proud of. This is a very difficult task, especially since one person is mainly working on this.
So how about scenery you ask? I can tell you that we are planning on releasing some really nice scenery packages, including the Florida Keys soon so please keep a look out for these new packages.
I can tell you this, there is not one single person on our team that doesn't have huge dreams for Aerofly and we all want to see every single feature that everyone else wants to see but being realistic we also know that this task is a very big one to achieve. I can assure all of you that we are surely going to try to achieve this.
I ask all of our wonderful community, especially those of you who have followed us from the beginning even knowing that we are moving too slow yet still remain loyal, to please stay on course with us, and we promise that we will do our best to give you all what you expect, and what you all deserve.
Thank you for taking the time to read this, from your IPACS team.