At long last, Carenado has finally released today its highly-anticipated C337 Skymaster for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The C337 is one of Carenado’s most beloved products, and it risks being an instant success in MSFS. After all, it’s one of the most interesting Cessna airplanes ever-made, and Carenado is bringing us a very detailed model of this twin-engined push-pull aircraft.
The C337 was announced for MSFS back in August. Surprisingly, given Carenado’s recent history, it took a bit longer to be released, since the team was caught off guard with some of the changes that were introduced with Sim Update 7, which delayed the development of some airplanes such as the C337.
Hopefully, with this longer development time, Carenado was able to squash any bugs that often plague their releases. Many users continue to wait for long-overdue updates to some existing products, even though others (the Seneca, in particular) have been relatively free of issues. Let’s hope the C337 ends up on the most positive end of the spectrum!
Over the last few months, Carenado has shared a bunch of stunning preview images of the Skymaster, showing the beautifully detailed model inside and out. Great visuals are usually a given with Carenado, but this C337 appears to be even more impressive than previous releases. And if the recent improvements the team has made with other aspects such as the flight modeling and dynamics, we’re in for a treat with this new airplane.
As usual, Carenado only releases their aircraft in the MSFS Marketplace, where you can now find the C337 available for purchase and download for $24.99 / €24.99. PC exclusive for now.