New previews of the Aerosoft Twin Otter have been shared by Aerosoft. This time, the developers wanted to highlight the cockpit and some of the more intricate details that will come with the plane once it’s released on Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Over the course of the past few weeks, project manager Mathijs Kok has shared a number of preview images of the plane in action. Whilst we have seen a number of previews in the past, this is the first time we’ve really seen the cockpit textured and modelled to this level of detail. A few extra external shots were also shared.
The Twin Otter is renowned for its versatility. Thanks to the numerous attachment or configurations found with the Twin Otter, it can withstand almost any environment type. The tough airframe can be adapted for land or sea, as well as being able to touch down on almost any type of environment. Furthermore, the short take-off and landing characteristics of the plane mean the possibilities on where you can go with the plane are almost limitless.
We have previously seen previews of the plane come with floats attached, which is great for landing in large bodies of water and at seaports. You can view those previews here. We also know that Microsoft / Asobo is working on improving how turboprops are handled in the simulator and we imagine that Aerosoft will be taking full advantage of those new improvements as the plane continues to be developed.
Stay tuned for more previews in the coming weeks and months as the Twin Otter gets closer to release. You can also view the forums for more screenshots.