Firefighter X

Peter Stark takes a look at an innovative utility

You can work in teams using online or configurable AI aircraft.
Rotary wing aircraft can be refilled by hovering over any water body.

Fancy testing your mettle as a pilot in a fast moving and dynamic environment that reacts to your input? Firefighter X places you in the seat of firefighter water bomber aircraft and uses ever-changing scenarios to see if you have the right stuff!

Way back

As the era of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator franchise started its journey back in 1982, the evolution of this product is not known by more recent participants in our hobby. One fact that seems to have become lost is that in 2009, Microsoft created a commercial version of FSX: SP2 titled ESP. This code allowed purchasers to create custom scenarios with which they could practice specific types of operations.

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