Simuladores Dovetail para 2016

DFS_Announcement_Image_1920x1080-1-e1455208723830-640x200A productora Dovetail, que adquiriu os direitos dos mais recentes simuladores de voo da Microsoft, FSX e Flight, lançou um press release onde anuncia dois novos projectos para 2016. Pelo que se pode ler, já em Abril será lançado o “Dovetail Games Flight School”, seguido de um novo simulador de voo a ser lançado até ao final do ano. Leia aqui o Press Release da Dovetail para mais detalhes.

Find a preview of their upcoming – “Flight School” below. Although there’s no more mentioned about their main upcoming “Dovetail Games Flight Simulator”, there’s still an extra simulator in development to look forward too beforehand. This is certainly some interesting news, mainly due to the fact that it is highly unexpected. Keep in mind the preview below doesn’t necessarily show the final product, so expect that to change as time passes. This is what Dovetail had to say regarding their first flight simulator “Flight School”.

“Flying an aircraft is a rewarding, awe-inspiring experience unlike any other and we want to give more people the opportunity to enjoy that by breaking down the barriers that make flight simulation feel inaccessible,” said Stephen Hood, Creative Director at Dovetail Games. “By empowering players to handle the controls of the aircraft, we will help them to immerse themselves in the very best and most thrilling aspects of flying in an up-to-date and technically cutting edge environment.”

Paul Jackson, CEO at Dovetail Games added, “People have always dreamt of being able to fly and through Flight School we aim to satisfy that dream and give people the opportunity not only to learn to fly, but to really soar as they explore the world. Flight simulation has always been important in the world of gaming but it hasn’t kept up – the core experience hasn’t progressed since the launch of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X back in 2006 and that means we’ve missed at least one or maybe even two generations of players who would have adored flight simming, but for whom it wasn’t appropriate. Our aim is to get back to that place, to restore the former glory of flight simulation as an enjoyable and engaging pastime. Consumers today expect a much slicker experience across all genres. They want simulations that are realistic but also accessible. They want to be led to a place where the focus can be on reaching great levels of accomplishment, rather than struggling to get to grips with the operational aspects. And that’s precisely what Flight School will deliver.”

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