Flysimware has released the Cessna 414AW Chancellor for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Developed over two years, the aircraft is optimised for the new simulator platform and is modelled on the actual aircraft owned by Flysimware’s tech pilot. The result is a highly accurate model based on hundreds of images, measurements and sound recordings.
The 3D model features full 4K PBR (Physically Based Rendering) textures, an interactive co-pilot, authentic gauges and realistic flight dynamics. It also sports over 100 dynamic lighting effects and an interactive Wwise sound set with more than 70 sounds recorded from the actual aircraft.
Additionally, the aircraft includes three panel layouts with options for a Garmin GNS 530, GTN 750Xi (requires you own the TDS GTN750Xi) and the GTN 750 (requires you own PMS50 GTN750).
Other highlights include high-quality pilot and co-pilot models, windshield rain effects and exterior icing. It also comes with external equipment such as chocks, tie-downs, engine plugs, pitot tube covers and a ground power unit. The aircraft comes with an adjustable payload, an exterior walk-around option using custom cameras and interactive checklists.