FlyInside Flight Simulator Early Access/Open Beta Released

Announced back at FlightSimCon 2017, the team at FlyInside has since been busy creating a brand new simulator which focuses heavily on virtual reality. The simulator has been designed to run at 90 frames per…

Posted: 13-Oct-2018 @ 10:56z
FlyInside Flight Simulator Early Access/Open Beta Released

Announced back at FlightSimCon 2017, the team at FlyInside has since been busy creating a brand new simulator which focuses heavily on virtual reality. The simulator has been designed to run at 90 frames per second, whilst still giving you all the features you need and love within a flight simulator.

FlyInside Flight Simulator has been built with modern technology in mind, however, it’s also very backwards compatible with FSX/P3D products. The current Early Access / Open Beta release ships with ten aircraft. These include a mass range of MilViz aircraft and even TFDi Design’s 717. The idea is to showcase how easy it is to port these aircraft into the simulator itself. The team have asked that any developer looking to port their aircraft into the FlyInside Flight Simulator should reach out to them.

Here’s the full aircraft list:

  • MilViz B-55
  • MilViz 310R
  • MilViz T-50
  • MilViz DHC-3
  • MilViz 737
  • TFDi Design 717
  • MilViz T-38A
  • MilViz B-407
  • MilViz MD-530
  • MilViz CH-47D

Despite having a looking and feel to current ESP simulators, the engine is brand-new. It’s been built for modern computers to take advantage of the latest hardware. The workload is split between multiple cores and takes advantage of the latest tech within GPUs, to ensure a high frame rate.

As the title suggests, the simulator is in a state where it’s not deemed completely finished. As a result, the team are letting users try a free demo version of the software. If you’re happy, you can buy the in-development version of the simulator at the following prices (depending on some criteria):

  • New Customers – $32
  • Existing Customers – $25
  • Kickstarter Backers – $20

It should be noted that as development continues, the price will also increase to reflect the advancements in technology and features.

The team at FlyInside are looking to continue development in improving the scenery look and feel, the locations (European scenery is currently in development with global coming afterwards) and more aircraft. Furthermore, the team are challenging themselves to create offline ATC in a living world, realistic G1000 and G530 avionics and a whole load more.

No timelines were given on how they intend to release development updates, but we’ll continue to watch the project going forward.

Thank you to everyone who emailed us about this.

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