Escrito 14 March 2019 - 09:57 PM
Respuesta de Cobra al respecto de si van a seguir en DCS o no.
Sorry for the late reply here - I've been trying to spare a few hours for celebrations post F-14 Launch to celebrate a real milestone for our team. Let me clarify a few points quickly; I've spent 6 years of my life building up to the point where we are today. My dream is, and continues to be, the development of the absolute best in flight simulation- both consumer and professional. That's what drove us to build the Tomcat and what will continue to drive us moving forward. The reason we announced this today is the direct opposite of your fears; we want this to have as many eyes on it as possible. This is something to be super excited about, because it means positives for everyone! What better day to share than today?
Our new partnership with Meta is an absolute and absolutely pure positive. Our responsibility to you, our customers, our community and the people who have supported us is always going to be our top priority. I have no doubts we'll make that even more clear over the coming weeks and months.
Partnering with a real aerospace operator gives us access to SMEs, resources and allows us to focus on delivering quality. If there was any negative downside to taking this route for the Heatblur team, it would have been an immediate and complete showstopper. I can't begin to describe how aligned our thinking is with the fantastic people at Meta. Take the good you see in us today and amplify it tenfold. We've built our reputation and brand on quality and I don't intend to lead this team into sacrificing our core mission statement: delivering the best and absolutely nothing else.
On a more personal level, I can't help but feel sentimental with regards to the road so far. I've grown up with flight simulation and if anything, my goals will always be aligned with the continued health and development of consumer flight sims. There's just nothing like strapping on a rift and flying everything from a P-51 to F-14, and undermining that experience is paramount to an absolute and abject failure.
I hope that makes sense to you all. Heatblur is not going anywhere. If anything, we just poured a cover of molten steel over our already concrete commitment to all that you hope for. We're not in any way sacrificing our roadmap or ambitions. If anything, we've just made them a guaranteed reality.