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Aerosoft are Looking for Airbus Beta Testers

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As the year comes closer than ever to an end, Aerosoft are pushing hard to try and get their 64-bit compatible Airbus simulations out the door to the community. In a post on the Aerosoft forums, Mathijs has listed that he’s requiring help to test the aircraft extensively.

Before you open a new tab to reply to Mathijs, you should note the following:

  • If you’re a pilot or engineer then you’ll be asked to submit proof to the team.
  • Ideally, you should have experience in testing software. Due to the software they use, you’ll be required to be knowledgeable in those elements (but some training will be given) as well as have a Skype account.
  • The better the forum status, the higher your chances are for being accepted. This is used to determine your personality.

All you need to do is send an email to Mathijs at his Aerosoft email. Don’t forget to include as much detail as possible to be in with a chance.

Whilst each application is looked at, not all get replied to. Usually, he receives 300 replies, so replying to each one is not possible.

You can get Mathijs’ email address via the forum post.

You can see the most recent previews we posted earlier this month.

Good luck to any applicants – beta testing is not easy. It takes a lot of hard-work, but the reward and satisfaction is great!

 

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Calum Martin

The author Calum Martin

I have been an avid fan of Flight Sim since the release of ‘2000 and have been developing my love for aviation ever since. Currently working for a UK airline, I have the knowledge and experience to really deliver an excellent aviation community. Although no real life flying experience, I have a good understanding and always learning more and more. | View My Specs

8 Comments

  1. Is it because with the last BETA streaming they discover that one of their BETA member is a huge amateur???? Sorry I couldn’t resist trolling after seeing that horrible streaming.

    1. I cannot see any trolling. I was thinking the exact same ;). Frankly I don’t care about Aerosoft but I am really concerned because this amateur is also testing the maddog….

  2. Mathijs Kok is certainly learning from his huge mistake from his handling of the ill-fated CRJ release although this might be too-little too-late as FSLabs continue to refine and mature their development techniques to become the premier Airbus developer of the flight sim world. Already from those screenshots it looks like the FSLabs A320 is a notch above this new Aerosoft rendition.

    1. never thought I would agree with this but if FSL can roll out the a319 before kok gets his busses out, there is gonna be a lot more less defined buyer base between the two. I like it. competition is good. and before the fanboys chime in, they are competing yes.

      sadly fsl is still a slugfest and runs like shit. only thing that is really keeping AS afloat with their promises of performance.

    2. I am running i5 6600K 4.4 Ghz, 16Gb DDR4 2666Mhz, 1070 without a problem. Sure it’s not like PMDG but I wouldnt call it a slugfest. I use AS4 (cloud layers 5), Orbx, REX and rather high end graphics setup with DL on.

      There is a good small thread on AVSIM about autogen draw distance. It says Med settings on v4 is the same as max settings on v3 so if we bumped that settings to max on v4 then you are asking a lot on your cpu. Just play around with your settings and you can still get a good perf out of FSL

    3. I have learned at least 15 years ago that when somebody says “it runs fine for them” it means absolutely nothing. simmers will literally disable everything and claim “it runs fine bruh”.. so im not going to argue but just tell you, no it runs like dog shit and yes my computer is vastly superior to yours and yes so are my scenery settings and addons and no, every other plane works just fine. including the dog of a hog that is the pmdg 777 (what I use for benchmark)

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