We’ve already seen various previews for Just Flight’s PA-28R for Microsoft Flight Simulator over the past few weeks, but now we’re being treated to a comparison between the original FSX version and the all-new Microsoft Flight Simulator version. The series of comparison shots highlight the external modelling and virtual cockpit and how far development techniques and quality has come over the years.
It’s clear the new technology such as bump mapping, PBR and the higher number of polygons used make a huge difference in the overall presentation and quality of the add-on. The higher texture resolution is also very apparent on dials, switches and labels within the virtual cockpit.
The Just Flight PA-28R Arrow III is still progressing nicely for Microsoft Flight Simulator and will include a range of features to make the experience as authentic as possible. We last found out that the coding was about 70% complete back in January 2021.