Developer Godzone Virtual Flight started work on Christchurch (NZCH) back in 2009, and has since hit a few stumbling blocks along the way. However, their most recent post suggests that development is starting to wrap up. Described the “tidying-up” stage, GodzoneVF are getting close to releasing the product to their beta testing team.
Originally, the product started off as a Kickstarter and backers have been waiting a while now to get their hands on it. Development, whilst hit a few more issues earlier this year due to illness, has since picked up the pace again. Right now, the intention is to try and get the product to the beta testers in May. However, it was made clear that this may not be the case and it may slip slightly into June. Regardless, GodzoneVF are doing their best for a first-half of 2019 release.
In the blog post, GodzoneVF released a few new previews of the product to showcase how development is going.
If you’d like to support the developer, there is an opportunity to pre-buy the product. By pre-buying it, you will save approximately 25% off the final price and will include a multi-sim license. The pre-buy price is NZ$30 or $20.28 USD.