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 21 
 on: January 12, 2020, 06:00:13 pm 
Started by PytonPago - Last post by fly77
This shot is a zoom from a MS2020 screenshot...so yes its like google maps 3D trees  . nice from far away but not to nice when viewed from nearby : also houses look the same as in 3D google maps. Not sure how these look from close up. Not so nice probably. Good from far away but not from close up.


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 on: January 12, 2020, 05:49:24 pm 
Started by PytonPago - Last post by fly77
If trees are the same as google map 3D trees shown below (and from several MS2020 videos it seems it is) then I disagree ..they don't look better than outerra billboards...no tree branches, no leaves ! just "green blobs" ..Looking even more close up they will look horrible.


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 on: January 12, 2020, 05:47:07 pm 
Started by PytonPago - Last post by fly77
well yes that one and the one at 9:04 showing very green grass.  Here is another shot that shows that actually fortunately MS2020 grass is not allways so green ...great !


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 on: January 12, 2020, 03:25:51 pm 
Started by PytonPago - Last post by Jagerbomber
If you're talking about the shot at 4:54, that's not the final in-game look (unless perhaps that look is available for less powerful hardware in-game).  That's just more like Google Maps "3D" (though he says bing, but I don't know where to find 3D on bing maps lol).

The more final trees look a hell of a lot better than Outerra's 2D billboards.  But I still want to see closer shots, which somehow people on youtube who have the test builds have not done yet.  ???  Is there an NDA for showing footage near the ground outside of airports? lol  Or perhaps crashing your plane isn't a thing yet, lol.

 25 
 on: January 12, 2020, 11:04:11 am 
Started by KelvinNZ - Last post by fly77
I found that with the latest version of outerra track-IR has again stopped working  (failed to load  tir-trackir-plugin.dll ... no luck with both the older and the newer build) . Is there a way to get it working again ? I may even try to adjust it myself if I knew how to decompile it or have the source code. Using one hand on the mouse to look around while having the second hand on the joystick is a pain and landing on an aircraft carrier or flying combat missions in this way is near to impossible. Alternatively there should be the possibility to set up joystick hat switches to look around and control the plane with just one hand.

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 on: January 12, 2020, 04:59:24 am 
Started by PytonPago - Last post by fly77
here are some more details on how the MS2020 world looks close up.  While buildings are very good trees and grass look less realistic than in outerra.
Its clear that this is because its meant to be viewed from above, not from groundlevel.


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 on: January 11, 2020, 07:30:00 pm 
Started by aWac9 - Last post by aWac9
altipuerto de Courchevel - Francia .. se encuentra en Couchervel una estación de esquí en los Alpes Franceses
longitud 537 m
gradiente; 18,6%


 28 
 on: January 11, 2020, 08:55:13 am 
Started by PytonPago - Last post by fly77
I hope that besides the 64 bit version of the engine outerra will come up with something "special" in time...otherwise , once this is released by the end of 2020, at least those of us who like flying will be sucked into the new flightsimulator -  be it only to check how it feels to play with it - leaving outerra on the sidelines. At least that's my guess...it will also depend on what PC/network specs are needed to play the MS2020 flightsim. It seems quite probable outerra will never be able to match the photoreal quality of the MS2020 world at least when viewed from cockpits. So that "special" is to be found in other than flightsim. Milsim seems the most obvious choice. Since I doubt that a ready milism game based on outerra will be possible by that time at least there should be some CREDIBLE announcement and maybe some more active "marketing" at some point to keep the interest high in outerra. It is a great engine but it needs to be shown/proven that a game can be made with it as there is allways strong competition. Another thought: my impression is that one of the greatest "special" features of outerra is that it is highly "moddable". maybe this should be made even more easy to make super-easy "modding" part of a outerra based game.

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 on: January 11, 2020, 07:21:05 am 
Started by PytonPago - Last post by PytonPago


 ... the physics look interesting ... like the visualization way of lift.

 30 
 on: January 11, 2020, 07:10:59 am 
Started by aWac9 - Last post by SwiftHyena2593
considerable crack in shark island.
Isla del Tiburón_golfo de California-México by , en Flickr
it's probably just the san andreas fault line

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