For a limited amount of time, you can get the model for US$34.99 instead of US$42.99.
The team is releasing Early Access Update #3 this weekend and the changelog they have made public already is absolutely packed with new features and fixes.
After listening to the community, HPG decided to provide support to Fred Naar’s flight dynamics engine.
This first release brings the Luxury Variant into MSFS and it paves the way to the development path that lies ahead, as HPG usually interacts and listens to the community as their production continues.
After numerous releases (over 20) of pre-release versions, the freeware H135 for MSFS finally reached version 1 and I had to revisit it, of course.
The team has released a small video and a few screenshots showing the progress of the project.
The team behind the freeware H135 is moving to payware in a rather surprising move, asking for money in advance.
A month after trying the H135 for MSFS, I decided to pick it up and let you know, again, my thoughts on it.
Media Hype Train has pushed the flight model limits of Microsoft’s latest sim, but they are not stopping right yet. Can it be called a helicopter, though?