Iris Simulations has just announced the release of their Pilatus PC-24 not too long after mentioning the release was imminent. As of now, the product is only available on the Iris Simulations store although It should be available on simMarket shortly.
IRIS Simulations must be proud of their work since the upcoming PC-24 “The Crystal Class” shown in their latest preview album has a great looking model. Goodies at the parking, numerous animations and very detailed, you can already make your mind about the long features list of this bird.
On the Iris Simulations Facebook page, they have just announced that the first beta of their Pilatus PC-24 is being distributed to the beta team within 24 hours. That news was accompanied by a great picture of the VC. That’s all for now.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IvTYtjKk4w&feature=player_embedded Although there is no texture set on the virtual cockpit 3D mesh, IRIS already tried and filmed the current development result in P3D V2. The short video gives an overview of their Pilatus PC-24 SVJ spanning around the left pilot seat.
The Iris Simulations PC-24 business jet’s “Development Album” on their Facebook page has been updated with a number of shots of the upcoming aircraft, taking to the virtual air in Lockheed-Martin P3Dv2. The development album can be found here, while progress in general can be found reported on the Iris…
The Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile Jet and the Texan Driver make part of the current projects under development at IRIS Flight Simulation Software workshop. They even answered to an interested simmer that the PC-24 will load a Honeywell Primus Apex system, to alllow Autopilot, Navigation and Systems management.
Australian-based development team Iris Simulation Software have uploaded a handful of images of another new product to their Facebook timeline. The Pilatus PC-24 SVJ (Super Versatile Jet) is being produced with the permission of the real-world aircraft manufacturer, so we await further development progress with interest.