26.2.2024 – 17:26z

iFly Shares First External 737 MAX for MSFS Previews

iFly is currently developing their Boeing 737 MAX for Microsoft Flight Simulator, and while they already shared the first smaller external preview lately, this time the developer shared full previews of the aircraft within the game engine.

iFly shared these previews via the Flight1 Gallery website, showing the external model of the aircraft. In the previews, we can see numerous details, such as the engine, the whole fuselage and the texture behaviour of this upcoming add-on.

Despite the aircraft being in early work-in-progress status, the external model already looks promising. However, a lot of things are still subject to change. For now, the engine looks more detailed than the fuselage, but, certainly, this is not the final state of the product.

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In addition to the previews, the iFly team shared a small word on the aircraft’s progress. According to their report, the team currently develops the aircraft interior, and flight testing on certain systems began on this iteration of Boeing 737 MAX for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

On their forums, we have also found important information regarding iFly products. Due to the pressure being applied on the development of the 737 MAX and the personal situation of one of the Forum admins, Jim, the support is going to be limited from today to the ninth of March.

If you would like to learn more about the iFly 737 MAX, you can also read our review of the Prepar3D version here.

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