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So... the one question everyone REALLY wants to ask is...

 

When can we get it? :D :joystick: :thumbup:

(Not trying to be a douchebag, it's just that it's about time DCS had a new module that I *really* want!)

 

Cheers :beer:

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When can we get it? :D :joystick: :thumbup:

 

My guess would be 12-18 months from now .. I will undoubtedly purchase a copy, but prefer not to be anxious about it :joystick:

 

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No, I'm not "new to the Internet", not sure what you meant by that...

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My guess would be 12-18 months from now .. I will undoubtedly purchase a copy, but prefer not to be anxious about it :joystick:

 

 

Sounds reasonable...

 

 

So, realistically, about 3 years :)

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So, realistically, about 3 years :)

 

 

The Friday News said that the Team has 15 people, so I'm optimistic that they can advance more quickly than your estimate.

 

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My guess would be 12-18 months from now .. I will undoubtedly purchase a copy, but prefer not to be anxious about it :joystick:

 

my moneys on "Two Weeks"

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my moneys on "Two Weeks"

 

This joke is so old, tired and unoriginal that rather than funny its annoying :mad:

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This joke is so old, tired and unoriginal that rather than funny its annoying :mad:

 

take it or leave it )shrug( "three more weeks" for you, then.

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The Friday News said that the Team has 15 people, so I'm optimistic that they can advance more quickly than your estimate.

 

However, as the saying goes: 9 women can‘t make a baby in one month.

Never a bad thing to keep in mind when it comes to software development. :thumbup:

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:lol: The guessing game is on again...

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Well...

 

Bearing in mind the time gap the other modules took to get available, and the complexity of this one (flight model, avionics, sensors, systems, etc...), I'm not really expecting it to be available before some 18 to 24 months or so.

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Well...

 

Bearing in mind the time gap the other modules took to get available, and the complexity of this one (flight model, avionics, sensors, systems, etc...), I'm not really expecting it to be available before some 18 to 24 months or so.

 

This is not ED working on it.

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From the pictures released the external model is near completion, the internal (cockpit) at a good point.

15 people of whom at least 4 working on FM could reasonably bring the module on EA for the end of the year in my opinion.

I doubt they show up only to release a 18/24 months promise....

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My guess would be around December 2020 to give us a nice Christmas present :-)

 

They don't even know what version they will/can finally do, i doubt a december 2020 EA/release :music_whistling:

But wouldn't be mad if they could pull that off :D

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For my view, This depend of strategy development way and the power team of company,

 

 

1) if they want perfect product with less bug, they will take lot of years like F14 healbur, can be 3-5 years ? but the price will be high for long time.

 

 

2) if only basic feature are just implemented for releasing and after they are going for rolling upgrade for improvements features and fix bug like razbam we can buy him in <2 year. but the first release will give lot of dissatisfaction and they can't sell them full price. that will take time before the product become acceptable.

 

 

 

That depend also how long for getting confidential information, like the fligth model and technical operation manual of EF2000 T1. Airbus is relative flexible with simulation tools but it can be very long for getting answer.


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