FSX Star Wars Incom T-65 X-Wing
FSX Star Wars Incom T-65 X-Wing. This model features a reasonable Mach 1.8 Vmax; good high altitude performance; exceptional manueverability and G tolerance; hover flaps; animated R2D2; animated S-Foils that are tied to spoilers (which have zero drag and are visible in multiplayer); dynamic VC; d...
- Complete with Base Model
- Download hits
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX) including Steam Edition & Prepar3D (P3D)
- File size
- 16.89 MB
- Virus Scan
- Scanned 4 days ago (clean)
- Access to file
- Free (Freeware)
- Content Rating
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|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
May the Force be with you! With this X-Wing from Star Wars, it finally can.
Add a bit of humour and fantasy to your flight simulation experience and see the planet we live on through the eyes of an X-Wing fighter pilot!
Based on the T-65 model, this model gives you a fantastically authentic look and style of aircraft that should really help you see why everyone loves this aircraft so much. The model uses a Mach 1.8 Vmax system meaning that it comes with a really consistent level of performance. It can handle altitude performance without any issues (it’s a spaceship, after all!) and it can also provide you with unbelievable G tolerance and manoeuvrability in even the most awkward of conditions. If you have ever wondered what a modern day take on the X-Wing would feel like then this might be the place to start with.
The animations was something that jumped out at me right away – from the animated R2 bot at the back of the X-Wing to the awesome animated S-Foils that tie up to the spoilers, you have everything you’d need. The spoilers have no drag either, meaning that I could easily use them in multiplayer without making myself or anyone else be put off by their usage.
Obviously, being a fantasy model, it’s hard for me to say if the flight dynamics are right or anything else – what I can say, though, is that if I was to fly an X-Wing I would predict it would feel like this.
It’s a great system that feels like a lot of fun to mess around with, but it also gives plenty of control to take on serious flights with. It even comes with its own virtual cockpit which looks absolutely splendid, giving you a full recreation of the real thing.
The custom sounds it makes also tend to be concurrent with the real thing – now, your aircraft sounds like it’s going to be using the real sounds of an X-Wing. For fans of the series and “authenticity” this should make a major difference to the enjoyment that you get from the overall flight style that you undertake.
Although this was built for FS2004, it seems to run like a dream when tested by FSX Acceleration and has no real performance glitches and issues. An excellent rendition of one of the most famous aircraft ever built in sci-fi its well worth having installed on your machine!
I’m just waiting to get an attempt at other Star Wars aircraft before we can all finally have that big battle in the middle of the skies we’ve all dreamt of having! It’s really a great take on such a fabulous piece of sci-fi history.
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