The folks at Flying Iron Simulations have updated two of their warbirds for MSFS with an impressive list of features. Let’s have a look!
Two warbirds get CFD treatment
Microsoft Flight Simulator’s CFD (computational fluid dynamics) flight model is a further update to the sim’s flight model system. CFD in my brief experience with their test model Cessna 152 offered some extra feel to the airplane making it more lively than it had felt previously. Third parties are able to make use of the technology as well and Flying Iron Simulations has begun the process of updating their aircraft with the system.
Let’s start with the recently released F6F5 Hellcat which Flying Iron Simulations only released a couple of months ago. The F6F gets a version 1.0.1 release which includes the aforementioned CFD flight model implementation as well as system and art updates.
Their P-38L, which has been out for a long period of time, also gets an upgrade to version 1.1.1. The update also includes CFD flight model implementation along with added features and bug fixes including improved ground handling and various system and art fixes as well.
Check out the latest news update for a complete changelog here on the Flying Iron Simulations website.