Yesterday in the FTX / Orbx forum, it was announced that the Vans RV4 has been released for FSX and P3Dv2.
From the FTX forum about the aircraft:
"The “Vans” range of kit built aircraft was founded in 1973 by Richard VanGrunsven and is the second aircraft from Orbx. The Vans has been faithfully re-created by the developer of the Lancair, Jared Charalambous. The RV-4 is an all-rounder that is very capable at aerobatics and long distance flights. Due to its design, the Vans RV 4 is a very light and manoeuvrable airplane, a feature that most of you will no doubt put to the test. The cockpit has been faithfully reproduced, with a complete advanced multi page electronic flight information system and 3D night lighting. Also included is an engine, electrical and system maintenance interface which can be accessed within the sim, so every system is fully programed with random failures as well as cumulative usage wear and tear." - Adrian Lehmann
Thursday, November 21, 2013
Mathijs has announced that The aerosoft Twin Otter Extended project is completed. This project is huge! It includes 11 various models of the Twin Otter, and here is a list of them:
- DHC6-100 Floater Cargo
- DHC6-100 Floater Passenger
- DHC6-100 Wheel
- DHC6-300 Amphibian
- DHC6-300 Float
- DHC6-300 Ski/Wheel
- DHC6-300 Tundra Wheel Cargo
- DHC6-300 Tundra Wheel Passenger
- DHC6-300 Standard Wheel Cargo (3 blade prop)
- DHC6-300 Standard Wheel Cargo (4 blade prop)
- DHC6-300 Standard Wheel Passenger (3 blade prop)
The DHC6-100 series was the final part of this aircraft to be completed.
Make sure to download it today, I have had it since it was first released with just the DHC6-300, and it works great and realistically!
Cpt. Robert Randazzo from Precision Manuals Development Group (PMDG), has posted a couple new updates on where PMDG stands with the service pack for the 777, the soon to released 777-300, and PMDG's current stance on P3D.
Monday, November 18, 2013
Friday, November 8, 2013
Sunday, November 3, 2013
The next part of the PMDG 777 must be getting closer to release. PMDG have created the product page in the PMDG Store for the 777-300ER Expansion Package. No images are available as of yet, but if you would like to pre-order the 773ER, it will set you back a few dollars; the listed price at this time is $150,000,000.00. - personally, I think I will wait for the release date.
Friday, November 1, 2013
Mir over at FlightBeam Studios posted a single preview shot of KDEN the other day. It looks amazing, and makes me wonder how I missed it.