These are very active times in Just Flight’s offices, as the studio is ramping up its product releases for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Yesterday we saw the release of the highly anticipated PA-28 Warrior II, but the team is not resting on its laurels. New airplanes are coming next, and the Fokker F28 Fellowship is definitely one of the most interesting new projects from Just Flight.
Announced just a few weeks ago, the Fokker F28 from Just Flight is looking to be another highly realistic and detailed airplane from the British studio. Their goal is to bring four variants of the aircraft to MSFS, from the 1000 to the 4000 series, with a fully functional cockpit and in-depth systems simulation, delivering an authentic and immersive new airliner to Flight Simulator.
On the latest development update, Just Flight showed some new images depicting a few of the liveries that will be available on the 2000 and 4000 variants. They do look rather impressive, very detailed and with realistic wear and tear.
Just Flight says that the exterior work is now finished, with the team now moving to the internal visuals and programming. This will obviously take its time, knowing the developers’ intentions to create an in-depth simulation of the F28. Hopefully, in the next development update, Just Flight will be kind enough to show the first interior images of the F28. It will be very interesting to see how the analog instruments of this airplane will look inside MSFS.
In the teatime, the Just Flight Hawk T1/A is just around the corner. We expect a release over the coming weeks, so stay tuned for news about that one too. And there may be a few surprises too, so keep coming back to learn more about all the great things Just Flight has in store for us in MSFS!