I can hear some of you screaming already. Yes, Max Flight Stick released the 1st generation of their APACHE AH-64 model, which was developed with the help of a former AH-64E Apache pilot.
The unit replicates both the cyclic and the collective (not the pedals) of the Apache and it’s packed with features (as indicated by Max Flight Stick):
- Cyclic: 17 configurable Buttons on the custom cyclic, they are 4 x push buttons, 1 x Trigger, 2 x 4 way switch (8 buttons), and 2 x 2 way switch (2 buttons)
- Collective: 38 configurable buttons: They are 4 x 4 way switch (16 buttons), 1 x 4 way switch with Push (5 buttons), 4 x toggle switch (8 buttons), 1 x toggle switch with Push (3 buttons) + 8 x push button, 2 x Switch guards
- Rudder equipped with solid metal rudder pedals, high quality ball joints, ball bearings and our in house pistons x 2
- Hall Effect Sensors for all axes
- In house pistons provides hydraulic feel feedback on all axes
- Adjustable aluminum frame
- Adjustable position for cyclic, rudder and twist throttle collective
- High resolution movements
- Easy Setup
- Mounting Options
- Compatible with Windows XP to Win11, Mac OS, DCS, MSFS2020, FSX, X-Plane 11, X-Plane 12, P3D, FlightGear, WarThunder, and all flying PC game / Flight simulator!
- Plug and Play with 1 USB connections
That packs quite the punch, doesn’t it?
The MFS-AH-64 was just released and it costs $US2,168