Aerosoft CRJ in MSFS, when ?

Interviewed by the Threshold, Aerosoft product manager Mathijs Kok talked about the CRJ project for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Thousands of simmers are waiting for advanced aircraft stock and he gave an idea about when to expect this release. Listen to their podcast here, at the top of the page.

A few weeks ago, the same central character of the German publisher already confided that he would try at best to release the CRJ before the end of 2020 but that a delay towards 2021 was likely to emerge if the simulator still required as much progress on the SDKs, for the development aspect of the systems, and internal updates, for the its stability and flight dynamics.

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3 years ago

Because MS and Asobo keep breaking add on scenery and cause other issues with the default aircraft instead of logically running a closed beta before forcing the public release to update with garbage. No point in releasing a plane if Asobo releases a patch 2 weeks later that causes issues. Asobo needs to get its act together. I’ve lost a lot of respect for them.

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