At long last, A2A Simulations has unveiled today the first images of its highly-anticipated Comanche 250 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. A2A’s first aircraft for the platform has been much talked about over the recent months, and this weekend, the team finally lifted the wraps around their debut creation.
We knew something like this would be imminent after we saw a surprising couple of images of the Comanche in MSFS in the latest edition of the PC Pilot Magazine. Also, A2A’s Scott Gentile promised a few weeks ago that the Comanche would be “wonderful” in MSFS. Now, A2A decided it was time to start letting the cat out and begin showing their work to the world. Needless to say, it looks fantastic!
A2A shared the news on their official forum and also on social media, with a trio of beautiful images taken straight out of the simulator, showing us the Comanche’s flight deck in all its glory. It’s still regarded as an “alpha preview”, but one thing is clear: this aircraft will be up the the very best standards in terms of modeling and overall visuals.
The images speak for themselves and there are only positive signs as we glance over them with attentive eyes. From the very detailed and sharp textures to the simply superb 3D modeling that looks as good in the instrument panel as it does in the doors and yoke column, the Comanche looks very much like a next-gen aircraft!
A2A says that the project is still not in beta, but the team is making quick strides towards that. After overcoming the problems A2A experienced in the past to bring their pioneering Accu-Sim technology to MSFS, the Comanche 250 is now rapidly moving forward and we can’t wait to see more! Hopefully this is a sign of a more communicative team that will continue to share their progress with us ahead of the eventual release of the aircraft for MSFS.