Articles with tag 'R44'

Rotorsim Pilot Releases R44 Beta 1 for MSFS, teases December H125 Alpha

Rotorsim Pilot Releases R44 Beta 1 for MSFS, teases December H125 Alpha

As the development of the R44 moves forth and reaches the next development stage, the team is already getting ready to release the initial version of the H125 for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Rotorsim Pilot's R44 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is out!

Rotorsim Pilot's R44 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is out!

The helicopter uses Fred Naar's AirlandFS, promising to bring a top-notch flight model!

Fred Naar is back with AirlandFS for MSFS, RotorSim Pilot’s R44 to use the new tech

Fred Naar is back with AirlandFS for MSFS, RotorSim Pilot’s R44 to use the new tech

Remember when Fred Naar brought helicopters to life in FSX and P3D with his external flight model? He’s doing it again and helping push the community forth.

Review: VSKYLABS R44 for X-Plane

Review: VSKYLABS R44 for X-Plane

After the R66, VSKYLABS released the second Robinson they proposed themselves to bring into Laminar Research’s sim. After a rocky start, Nick Bates is finally ready to let us know everything about this bird.

VSKYLABS R44 cockpit screenshots, announces R22 and R44 release dates

VSKYLABS R44 cockpit screenshots, announces R22 and R44 release dates

The company is working on both the R22 and R44 for X-Plane in parallel and they are aiming at releasing both models within the next few months.

VSKYLABS to start work on the Robinson family for X-Plane 11

VSKYLABS to start work on the Robinson family for X-Plane 11

After the Cicare 8, the company will start working not just on one Robinson models but all the three.

MP Design Studio R44 for FSX and P3D released

MP Design Studio R44 for FSX and P3D released

The developer has released the famous Robinson helicopter for both platforms. And it's looking great.

New screenshots of the MP Design Studio R44 for P3D

New screenshots of the MP Design Studio R44 for P3D

The team has released a few more screenshots of the project, as they continue development