Yes, Acro FS is based on Unigine (game engine) and FlightAxis (flight physics), just like RF-X.I'm guessing Acro FS uses the RF-X graphics engine, is that correct ? How demanding is it on your system compared to the RF-X Beta Update? And of course what will the price be?
Okay, good news.. thanks!Yes, Acro FS is based on Unigine (game engine) and FlightAxis (flight physics), just like RF-X.
Acro FS is a little easier on your system than RF-X. My dev machine sees 60-80 fps at 1920x1200 on RF-X, and gets over 100fps with Acro FS.
Plan on a GTX1060 for a great 1080p monitor experience, and a GTX1080 (or 1080Ti) for a very good VR experience.
Acro FS is very smooth right out of the gate, thanks to a precompiled shader cache that we supply with the game.
I don’t know for sure but I imagine there will be a ‘ground view’. So kinda RC.It's a full scale simulator, not a RC simulator and it will be free to play on Steam.
It already states that it will be free to play after early access on the store page. Most likely the money will be made on the DLC aircraft and airports. There are other simulators that work this way.I don’t know for sure but I imagine there will be a ‘ground view’. So kinda RC.
Also, I doubt that it will be free. Maybe a free early access demo?
All speculation for now. Time will tell.
Of course I'm going to try it. It doesn't cost anything to try it.. I doubt that I will spend much in the way of content on it since I do not fly real aircraft.. But I will definitely give it a go.Thanks for that. Are you going to try the early access? I think I'll wait until I see some reviews. It's still not clear to me if this is going to be worthwhile or not, for me anyway.