Today third-party developers shared some impressive images of upcoming Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons, while another airport has been released.
The developer has been working on the EFB and the interior lighting, with over 20 lighting controls in the forward cockpit alone. External lighting includes 8 switches, and the landing lights will correctly retract automatically over 180 knots.
The aircraft app in the EFB grants control of the weapons, payloads, and other aircraft equipment. It even includes options to simulate aerial refueling and there is a radio menu to easily handle the many radio controls in the multiple radio panels that are scattered all over the cockpit.
We have camera control that lets us switch between front and rear cockpit panels, and the EFB itself can be moved between two different positions. From now on, further development updates for the aircraft will be in video form.
Next, we get more screenshots of Aerosoft's Oslo Gardermoen Airport (ENGM) serving the capital of Norway. This rendition of the airport is by star developer Jo Erlend Suns, and as usual, the images are impressive.
Lastly, we get a smaller release from Wingsim, and it's Grand Bahama International Airport (MYGF) serving Freeport in the Bahamas.
It's currently available on Simmarket for $13.01 and it includes the following features.
- PBR Textures.
- Optimized airport models.
- High Quality static and dynamic objects. (Flags, Windsocks and more)
- An Accurate environment based on the real life.
- Too much that you need to discover by yourself.
And this is it for today's news from third-party developers. As usual, please keep in mind that here on TechRaptor, we publish Microsoft Flight Simulator news on a daily basis.