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A2A Simulations Looks At The Future Of Simulation


Every developer is looking towards how they will fit into the newworld of simulation, with the upcoming release of Microsoft FlightSimulator. In a detailed announcement today, A2A Simulationslooks both back and ahead, looking at the history of their remarkableAccu-Sim, and where they will be going with both Microsoft Flight Simulatorand Prepar3D v5, with their first plane for both those sims already in theworks, the Aerostar 600 light twin.

2020 is shaping up to be a remarkable year for flight simmerswith the upcoming relaunch of the iconic Microsoft Flight Simulatorand the recent release of Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D v5. We haven'tbeen able to share much information about our future projects untilnow, but the team at A2A Simulations are excited to be building theAerostar 600 twin for both MSFS and P3D v4/v5 using the latestgeneration of Accu-Sim.

For those new to A2A Simulations, Accu-Sim is a technology thatallows us to build lifelike, persistent aircraft with all theirunderlying systems and characteristics. The first iteration ofAccu-Sim was launched in 2008 in the form of a classic 4-engine pistonairliner, the Boeing 377 Stratocruiser.

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