DC Designs Previews Concorde and F-14A (P3D/MSFS)

DC Designs has in the past day shared numerous screenshots showcasing their upcoming Concorde rendition together with the upcoming Grumman F-14A Tomcat rendition.

While the Concorde screenshots originate from Prepar3D v5, the Grumman F-14A Tomcat screenshots originate from the Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The development of the Concorde has been completed four days ago when the files were sent to Just Flight, the DC Designs publisher. As promised four days ago, the developer took a small break and is now ready to continue working on converting all his aircraft to the Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Grumman F-14A tomcat

It is important to know, that DC Designs was never aiming to make study-level aircraft, and it was even confirmed, that their Concorde rendition will not meet the FSLabs Concorde standards, but will, however, cost only about 30 GBP.

When is the Concorde going to be released is unknown, but it should happen soon. It is also the last aircraft developed for FSX by DC Designs.

There was no information shared about the Grumman F-14A Tomcat development.


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