Recently purchased the Aerofly FS 2 on Steam. It is amazing in graphic rendition and outstanding in aero-dynamic and physic performance.
On the good side, it proves itself to be one of the directions where the future flight simulator should be heading. On the bad side, unfortunately, there is still a big room for improvements before it can turn itself from a niche product to a real competitor to FSX, Prepar3D or X-Plane.
Even worst, my GTX Titan card was burnt after running the software for about 30 minutes. Now I need to send it for repair. And that’s why my comments on the product is so brief.
Although exploration in most cases might associate with uncertainties, such kind of danger while trying a new software is something I never thought of would have encountered.
No doubt I am not alone after Googling on the Internet even though the degree of damage is different.
Don’t want to sound negative to such a promising Kickstarter project. It’s a great product. But really, be careful for the moment (or at least pay extra attention to its configuration and setting) although your mileage may vary.