2.12.2023 – 09:19z

Parallel 42 Showed a Video of Immersion Package for MSFS

In a now-deleted Twitter post, Edson from Parallel 42 showcased the Immersion Package for Microsoft Flight Simulator, this time, instead of a screenshot, he shared a short video showing this upcoming product in action.

Parallel 42 is renowned for working in the industry of better visual effects, as the team, formerly known as FSFX Packages released many of these Immersions for Prepar3D and FSX aircraft back in the day. For anybody who adored stunning visuals, it used to be a must-have add-on. With the release of Microsoft Flight Simulator and its astonishing visual engine, it was just a matter of time before the Parallel 42 team would bring this add-on to the latest simulator platform.

The Parallel 42 team was looking for testers for the Immersion Package for the 747. The only requirements were to be passionate about this plane, to have a Salty Mod, which was not necessary and to be passionate about breaking stuff in the simulator.

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The number of slots for the testing was limited, though, and Edson mentioned that they didn’t need any more testers even before this article was written.

In the short video, we can see a phenomenon called jet engine vortex. Whilst these vortices are always under the engine, not every time they are visible due to weather conditions. In the best-case scenario, under humid weather, and wet or snowy surfaces, you are able to see such a thing in real life.

If you would like to learn more about the upcoming Immersion package, read our other article about it here.

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