IndiaFoxtEcho and Heatblur releases the F-14 Tomcat for Microsoft Flight Simulator

IndiaFoxtEcho and Heatblur have released the highly anticipated F-14 Tomcat for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The Tomcat, undergoing development for several months, has now reached its final stages after extensive testing by the duo. This marks Heat Blur's first release for Microsoft Flight Simulator, as the prominent Digital Combat Simulator developer collaborates with the established India Fox team.

The Microsoft Flight Simulator version of the F-14 benefits from years of community feedback within the DCS community, resulting in the most accurate representation of the aircraft available for MSFS. The release introduces a host of new features, including comprehensive system modeling, fine-tuned flight models, and visually stunning enhancements spanning from 3D elements to textures. The development team has placed a particular emphasis on refining the core flying aspects of the aircraft, including avionics, navigation systems, and more.

To enhance control and system management, the team has integrated JESTER, your AI RIO wingman. JESTER AI is designed to handle specific operations, allowing you to focus on flying the F-14 without distraction.

Both models of the Tomcat are offered: the F14A and F14B, featuring the Pratt and Whitney TF-30 and General Electric F110 engines, respectively. The F-14 is now available on the Flight Simulator Marketplace (unarmed), the Heatblur store, SimMarket, and Orbx for $34.99. Discounts are available for previous DCS customers, with a recommendation to make the purchase through the HeatBlur online store. Existing owner? Check out this link here for a 30% off coupon!

Release trailer here! Enjoy!

"Sorry Goose, But It's Time To Buzz The Tower."

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