The team has announced they will release not just one version, but they will also be covering other branches.
The MV-22B (U.S. Marine Corps variant), CV-22B (U.S. Air Force variant for the U.S. Special Operations Command) and CMV-22-B (U.S. Navy variant for the carrier onboard delivery).
These are the three variants that AOA Simulations is working on for X-Plane 11.
In a post on their Facebook page the team has indicated they are also improving and correcting the external model, thanks to “the abundant documentation provided by our contacts”.
Their post continues saying that “despite all the added details, the current external model does not exceed 112,000 polygons, which guarantees a smooth VR experience. Of course, the support of Vulkan in X-Plane gives us more freedom, but this is not a reason not to optimize our meshes.”
AOA has been improving their production pipeline and optimizing resources, which means they can now do more, better and in less time.
That Osprey sure is looking great, isn’t she?