PMDG Announced the Release of DC-6 for Microsoft Flight Simulator

PMDG’s CEO Robert Randazzo has today announced that they are going to release their rendition of DC-6 for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This announcement has been made through the PMDG forums as well as their YouTube video.

In the forum post, the CEO talks about that the DC-6 has now left the development state and is now ready to release on June 18th, the time is not exactly stated as of yet. The developer is still not aware of the exact day when the aircraft will release, but they stated this product will use the most beneficial functions of Microsoft Flight Simulator, such as dynamic lighting, system behaviours and flight handling.

The developer didn’t forget about the pilots who are not used to fly this kind of aircraft, this means that they developed a special, Automated Flight Engineer, product to make your operation easier. On the other hand, those who wish to have that true-to-life experience of this aircraft will be able to fly it without this product, which is included in the aircraft itself.

Speaking of the video, Randazzo was thanking the community for all the support, feedback and enthusiasm with the tutorials. He also spoke about the opportunity Microsoft Flight Simulator gave to their developers. At the end of the video, Randazzo wishes all the flight simulator pilots to enjoy their new upcoming aircraft.

Credits to Gold787FlightSim for reminding us on our Discord.

Author: Patrik

My aviation enthusiasm started back in March 2016 and since then I fly almost every day when I have time. I always like to discover new places or new things. The vehicles or any kind of technical things always fascinated me. As I was younger, I was also a journalist in a school magazine, so when I got an opportunity to write articles about my favorite hobby, I immediately jumped in.

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