Pilot Experience Sim – King Air C90 MSFS and Bordeaux V2 MSFS Previews

The development team at Pilot Experience Sim has been hard at work this month, providing exciting previews of the upcoming King Air C90 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Among the notable updates is the nearly completed fuel gauge, showcasing the team’s dedication to realism. The plan to simulate all circuit breakers adds an intriguing touch, offering users the opportunity to engage in some playful mischief, such as convincing passengers that the toilet isn’t functioning by disabling it.

Enthusiasts are in for a treat with the introduction of a leatherette-reinforced yoke, designed to replicate the visual experience of the actual aircraft. The inclusion of an option to replace the central system with an analog version caters to those who crave a more traditional flying experience. The attention to detail in the cockpit is evident, with the team carefully crafting the interior based on references provided by C90 pilot friends. This commitment to authenticity extends even to the consideration of implementing a progressive soiling option, adding an extra layer of realism that requires maintenance for cleaning.

As seen in the previews, both the yoke and fuse panels are nearing completion, showcasing the meticulous work invested in these essential elements. The team’s dedication to studying and implementing the best techniques ensures that the cockpit of the King Air C90 in MSFS will be as close to the real thing as possible. With humor sprinkled into the updates, such as a developer risking reprimand for eating a sandwich in front of the G1000’s screen, Pilot Experience Sim is not only creating a true-to-life flying experience but also fostering a sense of camaraderie among aviation enthusiasts.

Bordeaux LFBD V2 MSFS Progress: Elevating Airport Realism

Pilot Experience Sim is also working on Bordeaux LFBD V2 for Microsoft Flight Simulator, that is pushing the boundaries of realism with their latest progress update. The tower, a pivotal element in any airport, has undergone a comprehensive redesign, not only in its exterior but also in the intricately detailed interiors. The inclusion of custom lighting effects adds an extra layer of authenticity, enhancing the overall visual experience for virtual pilots. Their last screenshots set provides a glimpse into the remarkable transformation of Halls A and B, where the textures have been completely overhauled to deliver a more immersive and visually stunning environment. The attention to detail extends beyond the aesthetics, with fully detailed interiors featuring a myriad of objects, including three-dimensional people that contribute to the bustling atmosphere of the terminals.

In a significant leap forward, static objects have been replaced with animated counterparts, such as air conditioners, injecting life into the airport scenery. The commitment to authenticity extends to the functionality of the airport, with custom jetways equipped with sound effects seamlessly integrated into the design. This attention to both visual and functional details underscores the dedication of the Bordeaux LFBD V2 MSFS development team to deliver an airport scenery that not only looks breathtaking but also enhances the overall flight simulation experience for users.

Official Trailer of Bordeaux version 1 for MSFS available at SIMMARKET

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