New F-22A Raptor for X-Plane flight simulator

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Unread post10 Apr 2021, 21:16

AOA Simulations just released their F-22A Raptor model for the X-Plane flight simulator today.

Check it out at www.X-Plane.org store.
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Unread post12 Apr 2021, 12:11

Some more info here:
https://store.x-plane.org/F-22A-Raptor_p_1404.html

From the description, the simulation will have the following modeled:

-High quality 3D model
3 models: Air-to-Air, Air-to-Ground and EFT (External Fuel Tanks)
Highly accurate 3D exterior model
Every door and control surface animated
All F-22 unique flight control actions accurately reproduced
Every switch and control in the detailed 3D cockpit works
Ground equipment
4K PBR textures
Beautiful 4K liveries out of the box
Smooth and VR-friendly cockpit control manipulators

-High quality sounds
Professional FMOD sound package by SimAcoustics
Audible high lift wing rumble and pilot anti G strain sounds when pulling G's
Accurate doppler, distance attenuation and flyby effects
Active Noise Canceling feature for pilot's helmet

-Flight model
Extremely maneuverable
Pitch vectoring engine nozzles
Carefree handling to any AOA (Angle Of Attack)
Super cruise to Mach 1.8+ without afterburner

-AOA Simulations “standard” features
SASL plug in controls all cockpit displays and aircraft systems
Ground, "virtual" and "AI" in-flight refueling capability without having to use drop down menus, load special situations or interrupt your current flight
"Roll-to-see" dynamic pilot head camera plug-in
"Target Track" plug-in locks pilot camera on AI planes for easy formation flying
Functioning Auto GCAS (Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System)
Approach Power Compensation autopilot auto-throttle mode
All automatic aircraft systems can be disabled with cockpit switches
Basic Helmet Mounted Target displays in addition to the F-22 Raptor HUD

Be interesting how this will compare to the DCS F-22 Mod. Sounds like this one will be accurate to a point. I don't play either game so will be interested to see how this plays out.
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