AOA Simulations V-22 Osprey to Recieve Major Update

By
Keizo Ono
Monday, November 18, 2019

AOA Simulations have been in the news lately for their upcoming T-7A Redhawk, but with this development update they return back to one of their most popular products, the V-22 Osprey. Best known for its gigantic tilting rotors at the edge of its wings, AOA’s V-22 Osprey will receive new FMOD sounds, cockpit and instrument reflections, a functioning autopilot, as well as many bug fixes in th upcoming version 1.7 update. 

The V-22 Osprey was developed by Bell Helicopters and Boeing in the 1980’s to create an aircraft with helicopter-like vertical takeoff and landing capabilities (VTOL), while also enabling it to have the speed of a fixed wing aircraft. AOA Simulation’s rendition of this unique aircraft was initially released in March of 2018, and it has received several updates since then.

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