Flyinside offers on its website the beta phase of its new flight simulator designed for virtual reality. It will later go on sale on Steam and the Oculus store.
Flyinside has been adapting flight simulators to VR for some time, with mods that improved the performance and compatibility of titles such as X-Plane, Flight Simulator X or Prepar3D. Now they have gathered all that experience to offer a flight simulator of their own, designed specifically for use in Rift, Live and WMR. Although it can also be enjoyed on conventional monitors.
FlyInside Flight Simulator it offers us to take control of 10 aircraft, among which we can find the Boeing 717, or the Chinook tandem rotor helicopter, which we can fly through the United States. In addition to all the features implemented in its previous products. As the possibility of using the motion controls or even Leap Motion, to activate the cabin switches and carry the controls. Or the integrated browser that we can place where we want, facilitating the task of efficiently programming the pre-flight. It also makes use of asynchronous Timewarp to facilitate the task of getting constant 90fps.
The game will be an open platform that will allow anyone to create addons and sell them without the need for approval by the company, making use of an SDK that they make available to us on their website. Where we can currently have access to the testing phase of this title, acquiring the game by 32,99€. After the beta, it will go on sale in Steam and the shop Oculus with a slightly higher price