Monthly Archives: January 2018

X-Plane
X-Plane
X-Plane
X-Plane
X-Plane

Carenado PC12 For X-Plane 11 Releasing Soon

Carenado has announced in a Facebook post that their PC12 for X-Plane 11 is “almost ready to take off” and should be releasing soon. Included in their post were some previews of the product, and I must say they look quite good. Nothing else was said except to “stay tuned”, but this is certainly good news for those who have been looking forward to flying the PC12 in X-Plane 11. Be sure to stay tuned to FSElite where we’ll be sure to cover the Read More...
VivePro
VivePro
VivePro
VivePro

VR Takes The Next Step Forward With The Vive Pro And Vive Wireless Adaptor

Back in the 90s, companies tried making virtual reality a thing, most notably Nintendo, whose Virtual Boy was so distasteful that it caused people to abandon the entire category for the next 20 years. But then in 2016, headsets from Oculus and HTC/Vive showed that the VR experiences people had been writing about in scifi books for years were finally within our reach. That brings us to now, at CES 2018, where Vive is taking the next step forward in VR with the new Vive Pro head-mounted display Read More...
Assetto vs Project Cars 2

Assetto Corsa or Project CARS 2: Who Does Laguna Seca Better?

DigiProst has put Laguna Seca side by side in Assetto Corsa & Project CARS 2, trying to figure out which PC sim does it better. The Californian road course has recently been made available to Assetto Corsa drivers as part of the free Bonus Pack 3 DLC, allowing everyone to take a look at how it stacks up against the competition. While Assetto Corsa’s version is based on laser-scan data, Project CARS 2’s take on the track is based on a Read More...