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New X-Plane 10 Teaser Video Revealed

Last updated Sun, 08 Jul 2018 18:11:26 GMT
Originally posted on Thu, 25 Aug 2016 09:00:00 GMT

Over the years, X-Plane has continuously changed and adapted to fit with the alterations in simulation as a whole. This continuous change and improvement has made sure that X-Plane never needs to fall behind its rivals. The team behind the simulator, Laminar Research, have worked diligently on the platform to keep it improving and changing.

Well, the team have just produced another video in their list of teaser trailers. These trailers are showcasing the continuous and long-term development of the X-Plane model, ensuring that users new and old can see what’s new and what will be introduce in the long-term.

This latest trailer goes to show the vast changes over the years, as X-Plane continues to develop. From the offset, Laminar always made it clear that they would keep working on and improving X-Plane as time went on. Rather than leave it to run of its own accord and update it with DLC and small changes before a sequel, X-Plane has been worked on and improved continuously.

Screenshot from video

The end result is one of the most enjoyable and realistic flight simulation tools on the planet. This continued improvement means that whilst other simulators have stood still, X-Plane has kept on changing, adding and improving the overall performance of the simulator itself. With new updates, bug fixes, feature additions and overall stability changes being introduced this runs better than ever before.

With the help of X-Plane 10, then, users can finally get access to a form of the simulator that’s closest to the dream when X-Plane was first started as a project. Continued incremental updates and the release of new versions time and time again has made sure that X-Plane continues to change and develop accordingly.

This second shows part of the journey, and what has recently been added into the simulator.

The Latest Changes

In this trailer, we get to see the aircraft taking off in the comfort of the night. With the water flying up off the ground below the aircraft, this shows you just how picturesque the designs are beginning to become when it comes to simulation.

Now, you can see first-hand why this looks so authentic and why the introduced changes over the years have made such a telling, and compelling, difference. With this video you can also easily see the development cycle that X-Plane has gone through since the first release all those years ago.

Interested in trying it out? Then you can pick up X-Plane 10 today and begin to enjoy the continuous improvements. Once you make the purchase you have access for good, including for all the new changes and improvements which will be brought about as time goes on.

The Video

Below is the latest trailer video discussed about in this article.

About X-Plane

X-Plane 10 was released to be the most comprehensive flight simulator on the planet for home usage. The idea was to create something that could be enjoyed with the need to beef it up with community extras. Although X-Plane can be further enhanced with the help of user made content, it’s aim was to make a simulator that was fun enough without it.

This is more than just a simulator – it’s an expertly created engineering tool. It allows users to predict flying outcomes and to manage the potential flying qualities of any fix and rotary wing aircraft. The accuracy over the years has changed, the development cycle increased, and the end result is an incredible simulator that ticks all of the needed boxes.

Because X-Plane spends all of its time predicting performance and handling in the background, you get a tool that preaches authenticity. This is perfect for those who wish to keep up the currency of realism in their simulation experiences.

With over 30 aircraft included in the default installation as well as over 33,000 airports across the board, this simulator goes the extra mile to make something that is truly impressive. Add in the 1,400+ user made aircraft packages and it’s never been easier than it is today to fly with consummate ease.

Make the use of online flight systems, aircraft customization with the Plane Maker, instructor-controlled flight conditions and brutally authentic simulation of system failures. Together, this creates an experience that is about as realistic as you can get!

You can also get X-Plane on Steam here.

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Ian Stephens

About Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens is a flight simulation enthusiast also with a keen interest in aviation and technology.  Ian spends a lot of his time experimenting with various simulator packages but has a love for Microsoft Flight Simulator X because of the huge selection of add-ons available.  However, Ian also has copies of Prepar3D and X-Plane installed. 

Ian has been writing for Fly Away Simulation for over 9 years.  Should you wish, you can contact Ian via email at ian.stephens@flyawaysimulation.com.

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