Dovetail Games Flight School – DELAYED!

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Dovetail Games have just revealed that their upcoming product; Flight School has been delayed until the 24th May. You may find their full statement below, although they say that they have delayed the release to provide an even better, more polished experience, I still find it rather disappointing in general.

“Since we announced Dovetail Games Flight School at the beginning of the year, we have been in constant communication with you via various forums and social networks such as Reddit, Facebook, YouTube, AVSIM and more. Additionally, we have demoed Flight School publicly at events including Insomnia57 and EGX Rezzed. We are thrilled by the positive response Flight School has received and the amazing support shown to us by both new and existing flight simmers.

In order to further address the incredible amount of feedback we have received in the last few months, we have made the decision to push back the release of Flight School to 24th May 2016. This extra time will allow us to make Flight School an even better, more polished experience for our players.

This isn’t a decision we have made lightly, and we wholeheartedly apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

All of your ideas and suggestions have proven invaluable in helping to us to shape the development of Flight School so far, and we would like to thank everyone who has taken the time to get in touch with us. We will continue to monitor your feedback and answer your questions, and we look forward to sharing Flight School with you on 24th May.”

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Thursday, April 21, 2016 19:27

That’s why many developers don’t announce a release date until they are sure they can make it actually, despite of the pression of other fans that ASK for the release. I prefer a delay than a buggy game, First delay, just one month more to wait… fine, it’s not Duke Nukem Forever 😉

AlexN
Thursday, April 21, 2016 18:06

Good, I would rather they delay and get it right rather than have to contend with a slew of patches.