FOLGORE 71 wrote:These are the kind of answers that many here on the forum have struggled to read ...
How can you say that the request for some new screenshots may delay development or extension to extend the release time of C2 ...?
Anyway I'm waiting ... I do not know if months or even years ... anyway I look.
Greetings and good work team Condor 2
pekkis924 wrote:After 20 years working in sw industry I have yet to meet a developer who claims that sw is ready. That just does not happen. Mostly devs are terrified during releases. "what?? you are releasing??? but its not ready!!! omg - the managers ruined it all again". That is what to expect. But the truth is that you just have to release at some point. Reaching for perfection has no ending in this domain.
mauheb wrote:I think its very strange that lots of people are complaining on the development team for the amount of time it takes and that they're not releasing any information. Maybe you should consider the following before you post a reply complaining about how much time it is taking them.
These guys are working on Condor 2 besides their full-time jobs and they have families to take care off. It simply takes a lot of time to create a realistic gliding sim, probably thousands of hours and its being developed by only a few people in their spare time. I think that it is incredible that they managed to create a sim in approx 11 years with so little time per day to be able to work on it. Microsoft had a huge team to develop FSX and compared to Condor 1 it's just terrible (for gliding). In my opinion it is really offensive to keep bitching on them because of this. Maybe it would be a good idea to show some more appreciation for the development team.
Condor 2 team, take your time and thank you for how much time you guys are putting into this.
Mikko wrote:Is there any chance of getting system requirements before the release? I suppose my 10 years old PC is a bit outdated so I might as well upgrade it in good time
OXO wrote:Mikko wrote:Is there any chance of getting system requirements before the release? I suppose my 10 years old PC is a bit outdated so I might as well upgrade it in good time
We suggest a dedicated GPU with 1gb and a i5 or i7 is ok.
The GPU should have benchmark (http://www.videocardbenchmark.net) result of 1000 minimum. 4000 is very good, and 8000 perfect. As always more is better
An onboard GPU is usable, but with severely reduced graphics settings.
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