• Just Flight - Final F15 Screen Shots

    Just Flight - Final F15 Screen Shots

    So the F-15 C, D, E & I Eagle will be hitting MSFS this coming week. As it's being readied for take-off here's a set of final screen shots showing all aspects of including model variants that will all be included in the final pack.

    Just Flight - Final F15 Screen Shots

    Fully native MSFS aircraft

    • All models have been coded with Microsoft Flight Simulator native 'Model Behaviors' animations and built to MSFS operational specifications to prevent issues with future simulator upgrades.
    • The DC Designs F-15 Eagles are fully compliant with MSFS native materials and make use of the new simulator's features such as rain effects and sounds, fully reflective glass, native aerodynamic sound structures, the new 'Modern' aerodynamics system with the ability to provoke 'departure spins', and customised visibility controls for wheel chocks, covers, GPU and guard.
    • The F-15 Eagles also contain custom-built and animated effects such as G-vapor, afterburners, and custom-modelled Head-Up Displays.
    • Other features include authentic night lighting which includes user-operated 'slime lights' for combat operations and custom-coded air-intake animations based on aircraft airspeed and angle-of-attack.
    • Numerous external animations including canopy, crew ladders, tail hook and control surfaces are modelled to mimic the Eagle's 'active' fly-by-wire systems.
    • The F-15 Eagles are also fully compliant with Virtual Reality headsets.

    Just Flight - Final F15 Screen Shots

    Just Flight - Final F15 Screen Shots

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    2 Comments
    1. N069NT's Avatar
      N069NT -
      Looks fantastic, but I believe the F-15 C and D models have orange cockpit instrument lighting not white for night operations. I also believe the E model Strike Eagle has green instrument and side panel backlighting like the A-10. Can anyone confirm? I can't easily find info on that out there from credible sources.
    1. ryogahibiki345's Avatar
      ryogahibiki345 -
      Quote Originally Posted by N069NT View Post
      Looks fantastic, but I believe the F-15 C and D models have orange cockpit instrument lighting not white for night operations. I also believe the E model Strike Eagle has green instrument and side panel backlighting like the A-10. Can anyone confirm? I can't easily find info on that out there from credible sources.
      Most US military aircraft all use green backlighting now to make them NVG compatible and to do away with the need for red light readable maps and charts. Though this pic it does look white they haven't used the red backlighting for about 20 years now.
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