As part of FlyJuly, a big month-long event organized by Orbx for all simmers to celebrate and enjoy flight simulation, developers and content creators are proud to present Cross-Community Panel Discussion. The event will be hosted by Flight Simulation Association, moderated by FSElite, and broadcasted across multiple channels.

The main purpose of the cross-community panel discussion is to offer the simulation community a chance to come together. Regardless of the platform you fly, the type of simming you do, or the level of experience and involvement you have with the community (…).

Flight Simulation Association Press Release on Cross-Community Panel Discussion

Developers and companies like Orbx, Aerosoft, Parallel 42, Hype Performance Group, TFDi Design, and HeliSimmer.com will be discussing the state of home flight simulation, and answering questions submitted by content creators and livestreamers.

How has the release of the new platform changed our community, and what does the upcoming version of MSFS for Xbox mean for the future of add-on development for Prepar3D, X-Plane, and other platforms?

Flight Simulation Association Press Release on Cross-Community Panel Discussion

Everyone is welcome to participate on July 24th at 2000z. The event will be broadcasted through the website of Flight Simulation Association, YouTube channel of Orbx, or through Chewwy94’s Twitch channel as well as through other platforms.



Author: George

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