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Microsoft Flight Simulator Free Black Hawk, Pilatus PC-12, & Wroclaw Get New Screenshots


Third-party developers have shared news about upcoming add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator, while an airport has been released.

We start with Delta Simulations, which shared an update and screenshots about its upcoming H-60 helicopter, the famous Black Hawk, which is going to be free and you can’t go wrong with free. 

According to the developer, the interior and exterior models have been completely overhauled, providing a highly accurate depiction of the aircraft. The exterior includes rivets, panel lines, realistic wear, and decal work.

The preliminary native flight model is nearing completion and more in-depth testing has begun, while the new fuel and electrical systems have been implemented

Significant progress has been made with audio in WWise and a sound showcase video should come within the next few months.

While I mentioned the Black Hawk, the developer is actually making several of the “Hawk” variants, including the following.

HH-60M Medevac
HH-60U Ghost Hawk
HH-60W Jolly Green II

If you want to keep up to date with the project, you can find more details on the developer’s Discord server. At the moment, a release date has not been shared.

Next, we take another look at the Pilatus PC-12 by SimWorks Studios. Work on the aircraft is now complete and next week the developer plans to tackle accessorial elements like icing, passengers, and cargo in the cabin. After that, the plane will be sent to Pilatus for approval before release. 

We also get new screenshots of Copernicus Airport Wrocław (EPWR) in Poland from Drzewiecki Design. The airport is “turning final” which means that it shouldn’t take much longer before release. 

Lastly, we get a release from Spinoza, and it’s Jena-Schöngleina Airport in Thuringia, Germany. You can find it on Simmarket for $21.17.

Do keep in mind that if you want to keep up to date with all the upcoming add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator, you can expect daily news here on TechRaptor.

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