Military Visualizations, a popular developer for P3D, not so much for X-Plane, has previewed its aircraft in development for Microsoft Flight Simulator on their FB page.
The pictures showcased the T-50 Bobcat, 737-200, and 310R in various stages of flight, though only the cockpit of the 737 is shown. Further information regarding the aircrafts has not yet been disclosed and how they differ from their P3D counterpart is still unknown.
At this stage, it is also unclear whether Military Visualizations is simply porting over their existing P3D aircrafts or building them from scratch in Microsoft Flight Simulator. However, judging by the previews released, it is likely that the three aircrafts are being ported.
Military Visualizations has previously focused on developing high quality aircrafts for P3D and has tried to enter the X-Plane market with their T310R and unsuccessful ATR-600 Kickstarter campaign. The developers have not indicated the level of commitment they will have on MFS and how it will affect their development for the other platforms.
With MFS releasing in less than two weeks, more developers are expected to preview their products for the new platform in the coming days. Threshold will keep you updated on this front. For now, check out a previous article. Stay tuned for the latest Microsoft Flight Simulator developments at our dedicated hub page.
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