Knife Edge Software and Jim Bourke Airshows have updated the aerobatic flight simulator “Acro FS” with three new aircraft and several new airports. Available for free in Early Access, the flight simulator works with Oculus, SteamVR or Windows Mixed Reality headsets.
Jim Bourke, air show pilot and member of the U.S. Unlimited Aerobatic Team, created “Acro FS” to be the most realistic simulation of aerobatic flight.
The game is a stick-and-rudder aerobatic flight simulator, designed from the ground up to accurately simulate aerobatic flight. Users can experience what it’s like to strap into a high-performance stunt plane and take to the sky.
In the new Early Access version, pilots can choose from four aircraft – American Champion Super Decathlon, Yakovlev Yak-54 "Russian Thunder," XtremeAir Sbach 342 or Extra 330SC "Fuzz Machine." Plus, they can fly from four different locations: Borrego Valley Airport, Flight School, Homestead or Joe's Garage.
Players can explore hundreds of thousands of square miles in “Acro FS” and maximize the fun with total control of weather and daylight.
Knife Edge Software, developers of Acro FS, has over two decades of experience with the high-end aerodynamic models required to simulate acrobatic flight. The company’s RealFlight R/C simulator has been the gold standard for model aviation. That understanding of aggressive flight is what allows Acro FS to simulate snap rolls, spins, torque rolls, and other advanced maneuvers.
For more information, visit https://store.steampowered.com/app/834880/Acro_FS/