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ATSimulations Previews Cri-Cri for MSFS

Developer ATSimulations has shared a handful of new previews for its upcoming Cri-Cri aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new previews highlight the bare metal livery applied by the development team and how the lighting…

ATSimulations Previews Cri-Cri for MSFS

Developer ATSimulations has shared a handful of new previews for its upcoming Cri-Cri aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new previews highlight the bare metal livery applied by the development team and how the lighting impacts from the simulator impacts the aircraft.

The aircraft is the smallest twin-engined manned aircraft in the world. Colombian Cri-Cri is the smallest twin-engined manned aircraft in the world, and can reach speeds of up to 140mph. On a full tank of fuel, the aircraft can also fly up to 250nm up to a ceiling of 12,100ft.

Whilst the development previews don’t tell us much about the feature set we can look forward to, ATSimulations did confirm that the current release plan is for an October release.

You can follow the team on Facebook to stay up to date.

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