SimCoders Releases Reality Expansion Pack for Carenado PC12 for X-Plane


Developer SimCoders has released their Reality Expansion Pack to the Carenado Pilatus PC-12 for X-Plane.

The Reality Expansion Pack (REP) is designed to add additional elements of realism to your aircraft through added procedures, more complex systems and flight dynamics that the original aircraft does not ship with from Carenado.

SimCoders are renown for the quality and detail of their products and the same elements of detail are shown in this release too. They have redeveloped the flight and ground dynamics of the aircraft to accurately represent the behaviours of the aircraft in real life. The REP adds an additional level of interaction and planning to the aircraft with their weight and balance manager, an economy system which is fully compatible with FSEconomy, interactive walkaround and kneeboard that takes you through the systems of preparing the aircraft for flight.

If you don’t currently own the Carenado PC-12, you can find that over on SimMarket for 34.20 USD/27.62 GBP/30.68 EUR or the .org store for 34.90 USD/28.19 GBP/31.31 EUR which is required for the REP to work. You can purchase the REP for 19.99 USD/16.15 GBP/17.93 EUR from the .org store too.

Feature List

  • Ultra Realistic Flight & Ground Dynamics
  • Complex Damages System
  • Economic System
  • Weight & Balance Tool
  • Popup Kneeboard
  • Simulation state saving
  • Maintenance Hangar
  • Interactive Walkaround
  • Interactive towing
  • Realistic PT-6 Engine Logic
  • Stunning sounds
  • Realistic Landing Gear
  • Electrical & Avionics System
  • Native Virtual Reality Support
  • Learn with the in-flight tips
  • Custom simulation of Hypoxia
Tags : CarenadoPC12PilatusReality Expansion PackSimCodersUtilities
Jordan Williams

The author Jordan Williams

Jordan works in operations for a brewery, pub and hotel company in London. He lives with his partner and dog in Wimbledon. Discovering flight simulation when the 3x CD FS2002 was released. He then followed the natural progression up until P3D, where he switched platforms to X-Plane 11. When he is not working or flying (sat at his desk), he enjoys playing the drums, rowing, cycling and running.
Products or services you may be interested in
What is this?