TrueGrit shows off latest on DCS: Typhoon


Showing off their latest ‘pictures from the workshop’, TrueGrit Virtual Technologies is showing off their latest efforts on their DCS World third party aircraft, the DCS: Typhoon! Let’s have a quick look.

Three new images out

The three new images focus on different details that are under construction right now. The cockpit is untextured (we’ve seen textured before) but it does show the various components starting to fit together. The HOTAS, stick, and much of the front panel are finished.

The second image, a detail shot from the cockpit, shows off the insertable data catridge. Those have been a huge help on the JF-17 and AJS-37 in DCS World so having cartridge functionality sounds great. Finally we get a look at the modeling details for the landing gear which are impressively detailed.

Meanwhile, some images that I missed earlier in May were showing off the Typhoon firing Meteor missiles. Not confirmed and not necessarily expected given the earlier variant that TrueGrit has stated they are building, Meteor missiles suggest a later version may yet be planned or at least a potential possibility.

This project is still in the early stages so take everything you see with just a grain of salt right now. We’ll see how this progresses as the project moves further along.

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