Aircraft developer ATSimulations has issued a major update for its MC-15 Cri-Cri for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The MC-15 Cri-Cri is an ultra-light, all-aluminum kit-built aircraft that carries the distinction of being the smallest twin engine airplane in existence.
This update comes less than a month after the initial release of the Cri-Cri for MSFS, which you can read about here. ATSimulations also has an FSX and P3D v3/4 version of the Cri-Cri available through their website in case you would prefer the aircraft for a different platform.
The update was announced via a post to ATSimulations’ Facebook page, which included download instructions for the updated version, as well as a list of changes. Some of the the notable changes include reworked engine sounds and sound effects, a new freezing effect, and updated flight dynamics to name just a few.
- Reworked engine sounds and sound effects
- New Freezing Effect
- Updated flight dynamics
Updated camera positions
Added fuel valve
Added starter buttons (for jet version)
Fixed contact points
Fixed raindrops animation
Fixed door frame animation delay
Fixed cold & dark manual start
Fixed minor graphics issues
Current owners of the ATSimulations MC-15 Cri-Cri for Microsoft Flight Simulator can use their original download link to access the updated version. New Customers can purchase the Cri-Cri for $14.89 from ATSimulations website here.