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Release Schedule - P40F WarHawk


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On release, we will have the following features:

  • Utilizing the latest in CFD implementation from Microsoft in aspects of flight including the primary flight surfaces, control surfaces and the propeller 
  • Authentically modelled Merlin engine, delivering true to life performance, curated with empirical evidence from pilots rated on type. 
  • Fully modelled and functional fuel system, utilizing the new fuel mechanics offered by Microsoft Flight Simulator 
  • Fully functional EFB - including maintenance page, moving map, radios and weather information. This is an optional feature, for those wishing to have a more authentic experience (EFB can be toggled off)
  • Removable cowlings exposing our detailed Rolls Royce Merlin Model, in addition to removable gun bay covers or baggage compartments depending on the variant you wish to fly
  • Authentic real world sound set from an operational P-40F
  • Fully functional lighting both inside and out, including UV glow in the dark gauges and needles, allowing you to fly in all types of weather! 
  • Seven 4K liveries using the latest industry techniques, whilst maintaining an authentic style of the aircraft

Post-Release Patch 1 - Released 09/12/2022

  • Bug fixing from initial release
  • EFB Phase 2. We would like to integrate basic route planning into the EFB for those users who wish to fly this plane A-B in a more modern style. You will be able to do appropriate planning 'on the fly' being able to enter in a new destination airport via the EFB and give you all necessary information

Post-Release Patch 2 (shortly after release of Patch 1) - Released 11/01/2023

  • Fuel System improvements. We have plans to add a drop tank and update the fuel system mechanism to take the immersion one step further! 
  • We are working on a longer term ground handling update specifically tailored for tail dragger or castering nose wheel aircraft. We are working with some pilots who fly these planes in real life. Collecting the data has been a fantastic learning experience, and we hope to be able to execute this fantastically in the aircraft. 


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