Thursday, June 20, 2013

Carenado Cessna Caravan EX - One Shot

FSX/P3D. Carenado has posted one capture of their upcoming Cessna Caravan EX and boy, does it look good! Looking forward to this one very much. I just hope the performance stands up. Take a closer look inside.

Carenado Cessna Caravan EX:

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wideloadwhitford said...

Everyone keeps saying "I hope the performance is good" but it always turns out to be a FPS hog. Don't you think maybe it's going to be the same performance wise?

Mark Hrycenko said...

I fear that may be the case....

Anonymouse said...

I love how Carenado churns out one plane after another without bothering to fix / patch up previous releases or give us proper simulations of key systems like the avionics. What do they have now, like 4 planes in the pipeline?

Jens said...

Yes, it's a shame. My last Carenado aircraft was the CT182T and afterwards I stopped buying any of their products. The CT182T's Garmin 1000 is total *CRAP*.

Anonymous said...

It is not only the G1000 which is poor quality.
If you look behind the functions and functionality - this is, as measured at the market very poor.
New models gets produced faster than a baker bakes its buns. If you see what gets fixed within the first service packs of each product, that kind of malfunctions is a shame and should never be released prior SP1. When customers are used for beta testing it is economically for the developer. Only massive things gets fixed which are findings from customers.

Beside nice textures, no improvements to expect since month and years. Not since yesterday i stopped buying these computable quality aircraft "simulations".

There is no need to name all the bugs of each release, because the developer does not have any interest to improve the level of quality.

samesame said...

I completely agree. This has been a long-standing problem. Once or twice, you can believe it's a genuine error.

But when Carenado does it deliberately--and so it's clear now that they have no intention of making solidly functional and flyable aircraft.

My advice? Don't buy. Not worth it.

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