Milviz has released their T-38A Advanced Series Redux for Prepar3D v4.5.
The new T-38A Advanced Redux is a ground-up rework of Milviz’ supersonic steam-gauge trainer. The new T-38A features a true physics engine without the traditional limitations of P3D, a custom flight control system, as well as failure and damage modeling which affects a wide range of aircraft systems. A complete list of the features can be found below.
The T-38A Advanced Redux is available for a price of $59.99 and is exclusively compatible with Prepar3D v4.5. Upgrade discounts are available to all previous T-38 owners, with users requested to contact Milviz to get the discount.
New high quality external and internal models
New high quality ‘reduxed’ PBR textures
Realistic engines startup sequence
Realistic electric system including individual AC/DC/Battery buses modeling
Custom TACAN system with Navigraph support
Basic “Instructor Mode” available
Custom physics & FDE engine
Custom ground & structural dynamics
Aerodynamic model based on Northrop and NASA data
Realistic J-85 engine model
Custom Flight Control System model
High-resolution paint kit
Custom failures model
Forced and random failures system
Icing effects and damage modeling
Realistic DX10/DX11 night lighting, landing lights, and custom effects
(Please note, there is a bug in P3D that downgrades PBR emissive texture resolution. We are working with LM and expect them to rectify this in a future P3D release)
High-quality sound set, including startups with two types of huffers
Exterior model manager to show/hide various elements
Highly detailed product operating handbook included
10 HD liveries created by 3DReach