(HUMOUR) Leaked footage from secret dev build - Atmospherics

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Ye know whats funny about click bait? When ye see it, it gives ye a slap on forehead moment.

I especially love the view of the ground...all those straight lines and cultivated fields must mean they are flying over a populated elw...oh and the reflection on the glass suggests it was footage taken while inside a plane...
 
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Ye know whats funny about click bait? When ye see it, it gives ye a slap on forehead moment.

I especially love the view of the ground...all those straight lines and cultivated fields must mean they are flying over a populated elw...oh and the reflection on the glass suggests it was footage taken while inside a plane...

Wouldn't it be great if Elite Dangerous looked like this?
Some old footage filmed from the window of a plane, motion tracked and some Elite ships added in.
Taken from the youtube link you get sent to via reddit.

Its cool tho watched it this morning.
 
450m/s = 1006.62mph = plenty fast enough for turn fighting in an atmosphere.

For comparison the corner speed on an F16 is somewhere around the 350-440 mph area dependant on a bunch of factors iirc
 
I am not a native English speaker and need to know why people on this forum sometimes say "Ye" instead of "You".

To me it invokes a feeling of cringe due to them trying to role play a 17th century sailor.

Is my assumption correct or do I miss the joke.
 
I am not a native English speaker and need to know why people on this forum sometimes say "Ye" instead of "You".

To me it invokes a feeling of cringe due to them trying to role play a 17th century sailor.

Is my assumption correct or do I miss the joke.
Lol well it could just be that they are northan..
 
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Most if not all elite's ships are not aerodynamic friendly.
So, while I do appreciate the effort, it totally bothered me that the ships tried to behave as planes without the use of maneuvering thrusters.
 
I am not a native English speaker and need to know why people on this forum sometimes say "Ye" instead of "You".

To me it invokes a feeling of cringe due to them trying to role play a 17th century sailor.

Is my assumption correct or do I miss the joke.
Kind of. Might have its roots in that, leading to a self-effacing tone that one has been mugged off. Lends itself to the notion of finding a coin at the bottom of your beer and being press ganged into something.

Could just be from Newcastle.
 
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