Flysimware is bringing the twin-engine Cessna 414 to MSFS. Initially planned for P3D, the developers have now shifted focus to Flight Simulator and will instead release the aircraft for the new sim, and have a first set of teaser images to show!
You may remember that Flysimware has recently launched the Grumman G-44A Widgeon, an amphibian airplane that is still in active development, although available for purchase for those wanting to try it. Now, the developer is also working on the Cessna 414AW.
There isn’t a whole lot of information about this project at this time, other than the revelation that it’s under development and a few images to prove it. These images show a very nicely detailed interior for the 414, both in the cabin and the cockpit.
The Cessna 414AW from Flightsimware will feature classic steam avionics, a nice alternative to the most usual glass cockpit. As a light twin-engine aircraft, it will also be a welcome addition to the MSFS hangar and its countless single-engine airplanes.
There’s no information available right now concerning pricing and availability, so stay tuned to learn more once we have additional information.