After teasing it a little over a month ago, Carenado finally released today the PA-44 Seminole for MSFS, available straight from the MSFS Marketplace.
Original announcement article below.
Carenado has given us today a little sneak peak to a new upcoming aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. After releasing the Cessna CT182T and the M20R Ovation, today we got the first images of a Piper PA-44 Seminole, a twin-engine light aircraft that is primarily used for multi-engine flight training. This seems to be the third aircraft from Carenado for MSFS.
No words were spoken, but the images speak for themselves. Typically from Carenado, we can expect a high quality 3D model for the aircraft, and that’s what we see on the released images. Carenado had already released the Seminole for P3D and FSX, so we will have to see if this is just a port of that aircraft or if it’s an entirely new product completely based on MSFS technologies.
Stay tuned for further updates about features and a release date. In the meantime, the screenshots: