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A2A Accu-Sim Comanche for MSFS Close to Beta

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The featured image is of A2A’s Comanche for Prepar3D, not MSFS.

A2A Simulations are entering the final stages of their development of the Accu-Sim Comanche (Piper PA-24 Comanche) for MSFS. Their team member, Scott Gentile confirmed that the plane is “days away” from being handed over to the beta team.

A2A are hard at work creating and adapting Accu-Sim to MSFS. Accu-Sim is the engine that allows the team to recreate accurate flight models and systems with a realism their users are very familiar with.

Scott assures us that Accu-Sim for MSFS is so good that they are able to recreate 1:1 the behaviour of the aircraft in the simulator against that in real life, which he was able to prove by recreating the same conditions.

Previous previews of the aircraft from Alpha testing

That’s what we know for now but check FSNews regularly for further development updates from A2A Simulations. In the meantime, you can check out their original post.

The Piper PA-24 Comanche is an American four or six-seat aircraft originally introduced in 1958 when production lines for both aircraft were destroyed in 1972 because of the Lock Haven flood. It has held several world records, including the oldest round-the-world flight in 1994 by the oldest pilot, who was then 82 years old. . There is one registered accident with it on March 5, 1963.

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