Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Updated statement from Razbam.

FSX. For those of you who have pre-purchased the Metroliner Beta V1.0, your download will be available tomorrow. An updated Beta will be available October 16 followed by another on the 18th. They are seriously considering closing the pre-purchase option (with the 10 USD discount) by this Saturday, October 12. The lead developer also stated this decision comes mainly because he's growing tired of insulting private messages getting from people who really don´t understand how software development works. "For those who know us, or for those just knowing us, and have trust us with this extremely complicated add on, a big THANK YOU for the support, and be certain that the Metroliner is not the last of our turbo prop regional liners for FSX!" Thanks to Lars Nielsen for the tipoff!
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4 comments:

x-wind said...

2 things:

1. I pre-ordered this product and cant wait to download it tomorrow;

2. Thank you Razbam.......I realize this product is in beta.....I appreciate the programming process.....and I look forward to using it (whenever u deem its ready for release);

Thank you for the catalog of awesome FSX addons...and keep up the great work.

wideloadwhitford said...

I think the developer made a wrong choice of announcing a release date. If you think about it, this is their fault for the PMs, they should have seen that coming.

Steve Hall said...

Yes the basic maturity level of a flight simmer must be somewhere between 12 and 15.....and here I was thinking that there were not enough young people getting involved in the hobby.

EK Hoffen said...

I wish people would be nice. No need to discourage these developers who are pushing their gray matter to the limits getting these products right. Let them take their time and deliver a good result. In this age of instant gratification, we need to realize some things can be worth waiting for, and if they turn out to be less than perfect, it's not the end of the world. Really, it's not. I ordered a certain 4-engine airliner package almost a year ago and I'm patiently waiting for the rest of it. Sure it would be nice to get it ASAP, but I'd rather wait for it to be functional when I do get it, than to have to wait for a service pack to fix it. Just my opinion.

But above all else, please encourage our developers and give them reasons to keep doing what they do. In the end, we are all better off with them using their talents for good (flight simulation) rather than evil (Grand Theft Auto). Can I get an "Amen"?


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