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Steve Prowse

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Steve Prowse

Hi there, will FSL make their future MSFS products available in the ‘MSFS market place’ or will it be only from your website?

 

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Andrew Wilson

Hi Steve, 

Those details, and more, will be released in due course. 

Thanks for your interest :)

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Duncan Odgers
On 3/5/2024 at 11:22 AM, Andrew Wilson said:

Hi Steve, 

Those details, and more, will be released in due course. 

Thanks for your interest :)

Hi Andrew,

 

The community are eagerly awaiting FSLABS products if you are under some form of NDA then please just say you are under an NDA and cannot talk about future projects. The Concorde at least should be able to share since that is public knowledge.

 

Nothing since August 15th 2023 people will start to give up on your products, communication is all anyone is asking for.

 

Kind regards Duncan Odgers 

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Norman Blackburn

Hi Duncan,

Whilst the team do indeed remain under NDA, we have said quite a few times since last August that we are continuing to being our existing product line to the MSFS platform.  

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Duncan Odgers

Great thanks Norman I'm not sure FSLABS mentioned the NDA before but this gives us confidence why you can't share news and you will when allowed.

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Duncan MacKellar
3 hours ago, Duncan Odgers said:

Great thanks Norman I'm not sure FSLABS mentioned the NDA before but this gives us confidence why you can't share news and you will when allowed.

Hi Duncan, 

I did reply here, but it probably got buried. NDAs are SOP in most industries, even more so in ours, so I imagine it isn't too surprising. 

I know the team is hugely excited to share details on the projects we are working on when we are in a position to do so. 

Regards, 

Dunc

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Khoa Nguyen

Though FSlabs makes good A319/A320/A321 series but I really hope they would try to bring into MSFS a bigger plane like A330, there are lots of A320 already, 

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Anthony Barthur

The A380 would be really nice. as far as I am aware there is only rubbish versions out there at the moment

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Christian Küsters

 

Dear Fslabs team,

I want to say thank you for a nice time. I have bought a new PC and changed completely to msfs. I have loved to fly the fslabs Airbus from the beginning. I have bought every extension The support was really great. But sadly there where no news where we are standing on the programming for msfs. Nothing really since last year. Not even one picture.

I have now changed to another Airbus developer. Perhaps I come back. But I am very happy at the moment.

Always happy landings and thanks a lot. 

Christian 

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John BONNIN

I agree Idk what they're doing, why they took so long to make the decision to move to msfs.. It's sad
No news since nearly 1 year (in 1 month !) and I don't think there will be a release soon
I hope for you, the Concorde and/or A330 (before aerosoft) and/or A319/A321 (before Fenix) will be ready for the release of MSFS24 in November 

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Lazo Lluka

I believe they hinted something will be out for MSFS2020 before the 2024 release. Working in complete silence for almost 1 year is puzzling. Previews once a quarter will keep a lot of people happy. I doubt I purchase another a bus family in MSFS unless Im blown away with the product. I’ll keep using P3D for years to come anyways.

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Johannes Lehmann
7 hours ago, John BONNIN said:

I agree Idk what they're doing, why they took so long to make the decision to move to msfs.. It's sad
No news since nearly 1 year (in 1 month !) and I don't think there will be a release soon
I hope for you, the Concorde and/or A330 (before aerosoft) and/or A319/A321 (before Fenix) will be ready for the release of MSFS24 in November 

Well, looking at just the A320 family: I think the first company to deliver anything else but the standard A320ceo  (319, 321, neos, Sharklets, EIS1, …) will achieve a significantly better market position, because there will not be many simmers willing and/or able to purchase another fleet after just having bought one. And I believe that this race will be decided before MSFS 24. 

 

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Bob Zolto

And another developer as a huge head start.

 

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Thierry Nguepdjo
On 6/29/2024 at 8:15 AM, Mahad Md. Mirza said:

Would love to see an FSLabs EIS1 A320 :)

If you're talking MSFS, sorry, there are enough 320's..that market seems saturated. FSLabs waited too long. I don't presume to know their business but I'd say they would be better off releasing the A330 first for MSFS as a heavy airbus of good quality is really needed. Either way, they could really work on their (lack of) communication...it's really not that hard.

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Steve Prowse

Steady guys I can hear keys being jingled….or the whole thread disappearing into the abyss……;)

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Norman Blackburn
3 hours ago, Steve Prowse said:

Steady guys I can hear keys being jingled….or the whole thread disappearing into the abyss……;)

Exactly. Steve already asked the question and we answered.   Sadly some then think it’s an open invitation to praise whatever their current favourite add on is.  For clarity, they are welcome to do so however our forum isn’t the place for such posts.  

Whilst we appreciate that many would love a blow by blow account of what is happening, it’s our choice to let our products do the talking.  I'm sure for example many too would love to know what the next product from their favourite car manufacturer is and how its development is going.

 

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Ryan Argue
10 hours ago, Norman Blackburn said:

Exactly. Steve already asked the question and we answered.   Sadly some then think it’s an open invitation to praise whatever their current favourite add on is.  For clarity, they are welcome to do so however our forum isn’t the place for such posts.  

Whilst we appreciate that many would love a blow by blow account of what is happening, it’s our choice to let our products do the talking.  I'm sure for example many too would love to know what the next product from their favourite car manufacturer is and how its development is going.

 

What?  What products?  MSFS has been out for four years, and there’s no products.  So the talking you’ve been doing has been absolute silence. 
 

And for your analogy, we do.  Auto manufacturers do car shows, concept cars, release details on the next model years in advance.   
 

You’ve missed an entire release window on a brand new platform.  I don’t know why, but neither does anyone else, because nobody knows what you’re working on. 

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David Porrett

I've been an FSL supporter for many years but to be honest, I would be in two minds about supporting in MSFS unless it really was an earth-shattering product. If it is another version of the 320 family, I'm afraid I won't be partaking.

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Daniel Jaffe

Just a reminder to this narrowly focused group. 15 million. 15 million unique users of MSFS (sure not all of them are frequent users). There are multiple versions of scenery. Multiple variations of similar planes. The market is enormous and, after just coming back from Expo, the developer community is very excited about the opportunities it represents. And sure, it would have been great if FSL had gotten there first, but if they come with the kind of products they are known for, including innovations that other devs have tried to copy, there is just as much opportunity for FSL as there is for any other developer. Just because you did it first, doesn’t mean you did it best or that your sales to new sim entrants are assured. With all that, I look forward to what FSL is going to release first for MSFS. Good luck! If you bring the goods, I’ll buy it and so will most of the people naysaying here too (I think). 

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Chris Howard

Count me in.

FSL left a lasting impression with their Airbuses in previous sims, loved them.

I'm definitely holding out.

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Anirbinna Roy
Count me in.
FSL left a lasting impression with their Airbuses in previous sims, loved them.
I'm definitely holding out.

Me too . Just taking an eternity though :(


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Steve Prowse
4 hours ago, Chris Howard said:

I'm definitely holding out.

But what are we all holding out for…??  Moreover, judging by the depth of P3D support here there ain’t many waiting for any MSFS releases far from it I would suggest…....just an observation.

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Chris Howard

I'm easy Steve.

Anything they bring out really but personally, a NEO or 350 would make me a happy chappie. :rolleyes: 

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Bernd Edlinger
On 6/28/2024 at 6:42 PM, John BONNIN said:

I hope for you, the Concorde and/or A330 (before aerosoft) and/or A319/A321 (before Fenix) will be ready for the release of MSFS24 in November 

Tbh... If FSL is bringing a Bus (doesn't matter which one) to MSFS, I dont care about Aerosoft or Fenix anymore.

FSL will be an instant buy and brought into my hangar - i dont even care about pricing :D It was and is the best Bus you can get in P3D and will (hopefully) the mastermind in MSFS too! Looking forward to it! :wub:

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Franklyn Salomons

When FSL announced the A330, my thoughts were that it should be the first project to push out in MSFS, no serious competition, well know aircraft. When it does come out it will be great and FSL have stated that they've expanded their team which is a good sign. One thing I want to say,between 2009-2019 flightsim moved at a rather glacial pace, so developers being quiet for months to years and then releasing was the norm. However development in the space is moving rapidly, even XPlane is stepping up by leaps and bounds, cash is flowing and some talented developers are picking up the slack and filling in gaps in modern and next gen platforms. In the era of social media, clear communication, expectation management and customer engagement create as many sales as the actual product quality does. I'm rooting for FSL, make the great products you are known for, but don't be afraid to pivot and adapt to the change of development processes. Kodak and Blockbuster Video are stark examples of what can happen when a well regarded company is too set in their ways. Looking forward to your success.

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Atul Mishra

An A330 for MSFS from FSL would be amazeballs! I'd then park aside everything else. Haha.

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