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Dear All,

 

Today, we’ve released the F-14 into early access after years of intensive development. We truly hope you’re enjoying it! We’re monitoring all of the forums, hoggit and e-mails and are moving quickly and assertively to correct any critical issues and mistakes.

 

This module represents the culmination of exhaustive research and intensive development, where we attempted to push the boundaries of what was possible with a desktop flight simulation. The challenge and passion associated with this project ushed us to deliver the very best that our broad backgrounds and formal training allowed us. We pushed those boundaries, both because of Heatblur’s commitment to providing the highest quality product possible, and because the F-14A/B represented a passion project for many members of the team. We were and still are driven to get this project right! And today, we have the pleasure of announcing something even bigger, which will allow us to unlock our true potential, and to raise the bar even higher.

 

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been working on taking the next big step forward for our company and team. We’ve progressed discussions with a group that will be our new partners for the continued development of Heatblur. We’ve found our interests to be very much aligned and thus, Heatblur Simulations is becoming a part of MetaSimulations, which is a part of the Meta Aerospace group.

 

Together with Meta, we will be able to combine the resources and expertise of a real world aerospace operator with our passion, experience and drive in the field of simulation. We’re incredibly excited about the potential and capability Meta brings to the field of simulation. This amazing opportunity to become a part of Meta will help us redefine what the cutting edge of simulation is, through the amplification of every great quality found in Heatblur.

 

With Heatblur and Meta working together, there are absolutely no limits to what we can achieve.

 

Beyond this, it assures and guarantees that the Viggen, Tomcat and other future Heatblur products will remain on the absolute cutting edge in terms of quality and execution. This transition will allow us to continue building our team and help ensure that we have the resources to fully support our modules in the future. Thank you for your support, we’re so excited for our future together and what that means for you as consumers, and we hope you are too!

 

Sincerely,

Heatblur Simulations

 

 

http://www.metasimulations.aero

Nicholas Dackard

 

Founder & Lead Artist

Heatblur Simulations

 

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That's awesome news Nick, I know you must be ecstatic . I look forward to what this new endeavor will bring to the world of flight simulation , with the team you have now I can only see it getting better and pushing the envelope even farther than you already have. Congrats on the release and your new partnership my friend . Cheers

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sounds like a great plan. I hope that you guys well be able to rest a bit after the last intense couple of month. But I gladly will monitor what your future plans will be come like. :pilotfly::joystick:

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Great news Heatblur!! Wishing you all the best in your future endeavors and really looking forward to experience any of your future products.

 

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Superb news! And congrats on yet another magnificent piece of work! Truely a labour of love and a dream of many for sure! Thank you for the Turkey HB!

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So what's this mean? More money for DCS development? Or will team be shifted to non dcs projects?

 

I’m concerned this announcement is more “we’re moving on to bigger and better things” than “we’ll have more resources to put toward DCS development”. Cobra, can you clarify what you’re relationship will be in the merger? Is Heatblur still developing for DCS? Do you retain creative control over Heatblur products? The F-14 and Viggen are fanstasic, and it would be an absolute shame to lose the Heatblur brand (though I understand that if a big opportunity arose, you have to grab it).


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Dear All,

 

Today, we’ve released the F-14 into early access after years of intensive development. We truly hope you’re enjoying it! We’re monitoring all of the forums, hoggit and e-mails and are moving quickly and assertively to correct any critical issues and mistakes.

 

This module represents the culmination of exhaustive research and intensive development, where we attempted to push the boundaries of what was possible with a desktop flight simulation. The challenge and passion associated with this project ushed us to deliver the very best that our broad backgrounds and formal training allowed us. We pushed those boundaries, both because of Heatblur’s commitment to providing the highest quality product possible, and because the F-14A/B represented a passion project for many members of the team. We were and still are driven to get this project right! And today, we have the pleasure of announcing something even bigger, which will allow us to unlock our true potential, and to raise the bar even higher.

 

Over the past few weeks, we’ve been working on taking the next big step forward for our company and team. We’ve progressed discussions with a group that will be our new partners for the continued development of Heatblur. We’ve found our interests to be very much aligned and thus, Heatblur Simulations is becoming a part of MetaSimulations, which is a part of the Meta Aerospace group.

 

Together with Meta, we will be able to combine the resources and expertise of a real world aerospace operator with our passion, experience and drive in the field of simulation. We’re incredibly excited about the potential and capability Meta brings to the field of simulation. This amazing opportunity to become a part of Meta will help us redefine what the cutting edge of simulation is, through the amplification of every great quality found in Heatblur.

 

With Heatblur and Meta working together, there are absolutely no limits to what we can achieve.

 

Beyond this, it assures and guarantees that the Viggen, Tomcat and other future Heatblur products will remain on the absolute cutting edge in terms of quality and execution. This transition will allow us to continue building our team and help ensure that we have the resources to fully support our modules in the future. Thank you for your support, we’re so excited for our future together and what that means for you as consumers, and we hope you are too!

 

Sincerely,

Heatblur Simulations

 

 

http://www.metasimulations.aero

 

 

So.... the A-6 is basically behind the corner, right? Right?

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Its probably needless to say and I am sure that most of the people already have high respect for you, your commitment and your work but today you got yourself a special place in sim history, for sure. I will stick to you guys, surely all of us do. Excited whats going to come.

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I’m concerned this announcement is more “we’re moving on to bigger and better things” than “we’ll have more resources to put toward DCS development”. Cobra, can you clarify what you’re relationship will be in the merger? Is Heatblur still developing for DCS? Do you retain creative control over Heatblur products? The F-14 and Viggen are fanstasic, and it would be an absolute shame to lose the Heatblur brand (though I understand that if a big opportunity arose, you have to grab it).

 

this. It's not a clear statement that they'll develop for ED in the future.

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Can someone ELI5?

 

The consensus seems to be that this is great for HB. My complete lack of business knowledge, though, does not help me understand what your means for us as DCS consumers.

 

Without specifics, of course, does this indicate that the Heatblur we know and love gets better and is able to do more within DCS, or does it mean that Heatblur moves beyond DCS into bigger projects?

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