Ready for Take off: A320 Simulator | PC
Ready for Take off: A320 Simulator release date for PC:
13 April 2017 | Worldwide
13 April 2017 | Europe
13 April 2017 | USA
Game mode: single player
Ready for Take off: A320 Simulator for PC / Windows is a flight simulator developed by ExVire and SimWare, a Belgian company specializing in airborne titles.
In essence, Ready for Take off: A320 Simulator is a typical -run-of-the-mill- flight simulator. Our mission is to pilot two machines – Airbus A320, an middle range airliner, and Beechcraft Baron, a light twin-engine piston aircraft. Both machines offer an individual set of challenges which are also customized to suit the needs of less experienced players – the game offers an extensive tutorial and a number of options that simplify certain aspects of the game.
Nevertheless, the features stated above are completely optional, as Ready for Take off is a title dedicated to more seasoned fans of the genre – each aircraft sports a faithfully recreated cockpit, full of monitors, handles, and more or less crucial switches. The player is subjected to a believable day and night cycle and has to respond to the incoming radio dispatches, which make for a much more atmospheric playtime.
Ready for Take off: A320 Simulator offers an extensive landmass with a number of authentic airports/cities, including Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Zurich, Paris, London, Nice, Kos, Palma de Mallorca, or Antalya. When it comes to actual game modes, we are left with a career mode, random flight mode, and an extensive tutorial.
When it comes to graphics, Ready for Take off: A320 Simulator is rather unappealing when compared with other flight simulators on the market, yet the developers managed to introduce some degree of realism and variety – the game offers faithfully recreated airplanes and airports, the cockpit is fully animated, and we are left with three different camera views.
Minimum: Dual Core 3.0 GHz, 4 GB RAM, graphic card 1 GB GeForce GTX 560 or better, 20 GB HDD, Windows 7/8/8.1/10 64-bit