It was perhaps the most anticipated add-on Microsoft Flight Simulator Finally here: Mitsubishi (formerly Bombardier) CRJ 550/700 regional jet. This is the first complete aircraft add-on from Aerosoft for the new sim chip. It is also the first “study” plane to come to it Microsoft Flight Simulator; Specific percentages of content that basic professionals search for in the first place.
CRJ was due to be launched a few months ago, but its launch has been delayed due to quality guarantee. Now, anyone who dares to learn the ropes and take out the shiny new bird can finally be snapped up on some IFR serious flights. It features a highly detailed template coupled with a high-definition physical-based (PBR) display material. All animated surfaces have complex animation and the interior is completely detailed with realistic modeling and avionics animations, buttons and switches. To really push realism, Aerosoft has included fully functional FMS (Flight Management System), EFD (Electronic Flight Display), and other systems on board. All things considered, while the CRJ is much smaller than any of the virtual aircraft in Microsoft Flight SimulatorIt contains the most advanced setting. All its systems are designed and fully implemented to take full advantage of modern technology offered by the sim. There are even eight study manuals and reference for those who want to learn all the ins and outs of an aircraft.
Besides the CRJ release, Aerosoft has officially revealed the price and system requirements; Both require a lot. The plane itself It comes at $ 50.99, Roughly the price of the base version of Microsoft Flight Simulator. In order to get it to work, Aerosoft recommends at least a Nvidia GTX 970 or Radeon RX 590 with an i5-8400 or Ryzen 5 1500X processor. CRJ also requires at least 16GB of RAM. As if the sim on its own was not really bringing the computers to their needs, trying to run this add-on might just defrost some cards completely.
The first of many
With Aerosoft’s CRJ now operational, this paves the way for a growing array of additional advanced editions in the future. Other companies such as PMDG are currently developing other aircraft projects, and Aerosoft itself still has more aircraft to bring such as the Airbus A318-A321, A330 and Twin Otter.
In another Microsoft Flight Simulator Bonus news, Just Flight recently had a preliminary release of its simulator in the form of the Piper PA-28R Arrow III, which is a much simpler aircraft than the CRJ. The free software community also continues to achieve great feats such as program arrival Airbus A330 from Project Mega Pack. Although not as advanced as what a company like Aerosoft can produce, it still gives devices maturing on a budget the opportunity to expand their enclosures with new, competent birds. The same free software suite also produces more exciting models like Boeing 737-800 and more.