Just Flight – Preview Videos of Upcoming TBM 850 MSFS from Black Square

Black Square developers and Just Flight have a series of videos to let you discover their Upcoming TBM 850 for MSFS. Click here to watch the complete series on YouTube.

This aircraft simulation promises to redefine realism in the virtual skies with a plethora of cutting-edge features. Boasting an impressive repertoire of nearly 100 possible failures, the TBM 850 is engineered to provide an unparalleled level of authenticity. Pilots can brace themselves for a range of challenges, from turbine engine failures to intricate pressurization and cabin temperature simulations. Black Square’s dedication to realism extends to the minutest detail, with 3D gauges meticulously matching their real-world counterparts, ensuring an immersive flying experience.

One of the standout features of Black Square’s TBM 850 is its comprehensive failure system. This system allows for persistent wear and tear, MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures), and scheduled failures for virtually every component of the aircraft. From generator failures to propeller governor hiccups, fuel control issues, and compressor surging, pilots will face real-world challenges inspired by popular YouTube videos. The attention to detail is truly astounding, as every piece of equipment in this aircraft simulation is modeled based on its real-world counterpart, right down to the user manuals. The result is an experience that bridges the gap between virtual and real aviation, offering a level of authenticity that is second to none.

The TBM 850 also offers a wide range of radio navigation systems from different eras, allowing users to customize their flying experience. Whether you prefer the nostalgic feel of the Bendix KNS-80 RNAV system or the modern convenience of the Garmin GTN 750, this aircraft caters to your preferences. Additionally, a 100+ page manual provides comprehensive instructions for all equipment, and 55 in-game checklists are included to guide pilots through normal and emergency procedures. Pilots seeking to enhance their skills will appreciate the option to fly with primarily analogue instrumentation, which remains a common panel configuration in the aviation world. This feature allows for challenging IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flights with no GPS, offering a unique opportunity to sharpen your piloting abilities.

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Colin A Ware
Colin A Ware
8 months ago

The Airbus Captain who streams on the V1 Sim on You Tube has also been doing a lot of streams with it, in partnership with the developers.

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