Microsoft Flight Simulator Twin Otter & Freeware Boeing 777 Get New Screenshots; Las Vegas Airport Released

Third-party developers have provided new assets about upcoming add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator alongside a new release.
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Third-party developers have provided new assets about upcoming add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator alongside a new release.

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First of all, we get to see new screenshots of the upcoming de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter, from Aerosoft and its beta testers.

We already know that this aircraft is also coming to the Xbox version of the simulator, but details on the release date are still cloudy.

Next, is Pinpoint Simulations providing more renders of its upcoming freeware Boeing 777. We get to see the 3D models of the flight deck and the landing gears.

You can check it out below and follow the project on Pinpoint’s Discord server.

Lastly, FeelThere released its rendition of Las Vegas Airport (KLAS) in the United States.

You can purchase it at the developer’s own store or SimMarket for $16.99 plus applicable VAT. Here’s what it offers, alongside a trailer:

  • Custom ground lines and buildings
  • Highly detailed textures, Physically Based Rendering (PBR), reflective and realistic textures
  • Custom taxiway lighting and apron lights

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