Twistgrip wrote:I’ve had P3D now upto V4 for 18 months (Microsoft FLight Sim for about 20 yrs before that) with most of the Orbx scenery add ons and Active sky weather and P3d is brilliant. As mentioned you will need a high end computer though.
Depends on what you want to do really but I’m guessing procedural flying and practice approaches. It integrates very well with AIP and Jeppeson charts as far as accuracy. If your planning on buying some accurate add ons with FMS like PMDG and Majestic software it would be handy to down load the Navigraph database add on to keep your cycles current I update cycles a few times a year.
There are some really good turbo props and piston engines planes from Carenado developers as well and are very realistic.
Any questions I’m happy to help.
Seems like it's a great way to go, I see their student price is also very reasonable. I'm considering getting this plus the Puma RTF so I can begin practicing basic flying to supplement my Theory stuff for now especially as I see V4 has the R22 included.
Would this setup be good for that or is it a waste of time/money? Would possibly pair with a VR headset (Vive/Rift, whichever has better support).