FSExpo 2024

BlueBird Simulations Shares 757 Video Update, Includes New Sound Preview

A new video to whet your appetite for the feast of information coming later in June.

A short 3-minute video from BlueBird Simulations has been shared on their upcoming 757 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new video gives us a brief update on how development is progressing, along with previews of the sounds and lighting.

The first bit of news from BlueBird is a reminder that they will be presenting at this year’s FlightSimExpo. They have a 20-minute presentation which will take place on Friday. Of course, FSElite will be on hand to bring you the latest news from the seminar as it happens.

Further into the video, we get to hear a preview of the sound effects for the 757. These have been made by Boris Audio Works and helps bring the airliner to life. After that, we see a new preview of the night lighting. The night lighting has been manually adjusted to ensure that the bloom isn’t overkill.

BlueBird Simulations says that all lights (except the logo lights) can be tripped by the circuit breakers found in the cockpit. The reason the logo lights are not is because that circuit breaker is found in the electronics bay, which won’t be modelled.

More information on the 757/767 will be coming during FlightSimExpo. Not got your tickets yet for the show? Here are 10 reasons why you should come this year (if not to watch all the amazing announcements on Friday!).

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