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Yes and I'd love to see how we can meld into that community and support it. :)

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IMHO, they are most likely just going to 1) start selling FSX (as-is) on Steam, and 2) take MS Flight and re-brand it, re-release it, and then continue developing DLC for it.


Read about it and get all kinds of outrageous theories about what's going to happen here:


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