Rotate Network Project

Rotate Network wants to open a new multiplayer platform for flight simulators pilots and virtual controllers with the main difference to run it as a company.

With these means, Rotate plans to be able to maintain regularly the network and develop software using the latest technology. Before it’s actually open, the roadmap includes a KickStarter campaign.

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017 05:44


The best thing that can happen after 20 years of no development on the current networks! – I Love it! Can’t wait 😉

Tuesday, October 17, 2017 19:20
Reply to  Sebastian

Well, we’d better wait to find out more about their pricing structure before ditching VATSIM/IVAO. If access is considered expensive by the majority of the user-base of the existing networks then I expect Rotate is going to be a very quiet place.

Sunday, October 22, 2017 09:34
Reply to  Michael

Also, this already exists, for US anyway – pilotedge. I tried the free demo month and they delivered. It’s great if you fly VFR and general aviation aircraft. I didn’t fly in their most covered area but had VFR flight following all the way, which was very realistic. It’s also great if you fly commercially in the western US in the covered states. It’s not so great if you fly all over the place.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017 09:46
Reply to  Alex

@Alex: No its not. It is totally different to pilotedge. pilotedge is only offering service for the westcoast of the US and Rotate world-wide. Also Rotate is offering that much more than any other Network out there like beeing an ATC and the corresponding deep simulated software. Their software is completely new and they are implementing things like a global livery database, real-time-sync and a lot of other tools around. In my mind this is the next Network out there that will bring all the simmers together on one huge network. And paying a view bugs for this great service… Read more »