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I chose to play this game and get the pro because it is cheaper than infinite flight pro but I’ve been having a problem with the pro online. Almost every time I hit the map button or I just hit it a few times it always crashes me out of the game and it doesn’t save what I did so I have to restart again. It’s very frustrating and I hope the future updates fix this but I prefer this over infinite flight because of price and also you get 3-D animation airports, you get an animation for the pushback gate, you get an animation for pushback, and you even get air traffic control. it’s a very great online experience. it’s a very frustrating glitch and I hope the future updates fix this but I prefer this over infinite flight because of price and also you also get 3-D airports you get an animation for the pushback gate you get an animation for pushback you get air traffic control. Overall the game is a great game though.
I figured I’ll just give RFS a try, so I flew a few flights out of LAX and SFO. I like the interface, not as fluid as I’d like it to be. I didn’t see the acceleration as I roll for takeoff, it wasn’t there it seems. Maybe a louder engine roar and faster visual would make a difference. The Flight Planner is wonderful, it shows a list of runways at an airport, however, I wasn’t able to zoom on an airport to pick an individual landing runway or see the layout of the airfield. On my flight to John Wayne from LAX, I felt like I wasn’t climbing fast enough. Upon arrival, there were no taxiways from the runway to the terminals. Flight from SFO to KOAK was even worse, I lineup on RWY12 and when I landed, portions of the runway were missing. I understand RFS recently rolled out and there are MANY improvements to be made, and will be made. One of those would be to build a virtual community where members can help patch up airports using google map or help with graphic on the aircrafts. Other than that, I see this SIM will improve over time since it has some of the missing features in IF (available longer) like the night landing lights, buildings, snow and some. Thumbs up for the team.
Let me just say this is really good flight sim and planes are added every 2 or 1 and half months and constant updates. I have some good plane ideas i know if this is not possible but I think this will make this better than X-Plane. 1 nasa space shuttle 747. 2 antonove 225. Your price for subscription is so cheap I do not know what people are saying oh these graphics are bad. They do not know that they are good and that they are used to stinky yucky infinite flight. You made the price for subscription realistic when I started you just updated the graphics. This has to be the best flight sim I ever played but please add the f22 so people like me can zip through the skies it would change my life but I am giving you 5 star rating because you rock and you are always trying to make the public have a good day
I am a pro subscriber, and there are many positive things to the game. The weather and 3D buildings are great. But the physics are a bit off still. The planes come in way too fast when landing. The thrust levers shouldn’t have to be idle when on final. And yes, I have the correct flap config set, gear down etc. I like the overall controls, but adjustments need to be made. Also, the cockpits need to be more realistic. This is definitely a possible feature that needs to be fixed. The flight planning system can be useful, except many times the altitudes are wrong. For example, when flying from lax to San Diego, I was given 4,000 ft as my cruise. Definitely not high enough. I don’t expect FL 350 on a short flight, but I do expect more realism in that regard. I keep checking back almost every day to keep track of updates. This game has a lot to offer, but still much behind infinite flight in terms of realism. I expect RFS to have a bright future, but it’s just not quite there yet.
The developers are actively updating the app. Unlike infinite flight, where the last update that was meaningful, was over 3 months ago. They say it’s due to a Cessna cockpit rework. Right. Like everyone is DYING for the Cessna. They’re ultimately inconsistent, but way better graphics. Regardless, the constant pro-active going on here will eventually best infinite flight seeing they take 3+ months to re work the Cessna. RFS is way cheaper, although a bit less realistic, nonetheless they’ve improved tremendously well. It’s clear these developers are here to satisfy customers, while doing something they love, for the better too. Instead of being here for just $. To me, this is the best flight simulator available right now for mobile.
Developed by RORTOS SRL.
RFS - Real Flight Simulator is ranking in Games & Racing & Simulation
Last update was at May 17, 2021and the current version is 1.3.2.
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RFS - Real Flight Simulator have a 1 600a user reviews.
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