The CLS Boeing 767-200/300 is compatible with Microsoft Flight Simulator X and 2004. This simulator add-on can be downloaded immediately after purchasing it and is a whopping 630 MB. Anyone that has every dreamed about flying a 767, now has their chance to do so, at least virtually.
The CLS Boeing 767-200/300 is available in both FS9 and FSX versions. Simmers can download either version. Individuals that buy the add-on will need to have access to the internet because its use requires online activation. Another important thing to note is that it is limited in the number of PCs it can be installed on. The limit is one.
This add-on has been a pretty long time coming. Work began on the CLS Boeing 767-200/300 in the year 2008. It took a while before the designers were able to come up with a finished product that they were happy with. The CLS Boeing 767-200/200 is of very good quality and is extremely detailed. One of the best things about it, and there are very many good things, is that it includes both 767-200 and 767-300 models. The basic version of the add-on includes 24 liveries, a decent amount. There is also an expanded option. That one is much more robust and includes cargo variants, tanker and AWACS.
There are different system requirements for the Flight Simulator 2004 and Flight Simulator X downloads, though not all of them differ. The only varying requirements is that the Flight Simulator 2004. It requires that Microsoft Flight 2004 be installed. Simulator X needs Microsoft Flight Simulator X with SP1 and SP2 installed.
If the CLS Boeing 767-200/300 interests you, consider purchasing it. It is available for £30.99 and can be downloaded immediately. This simulator add-on is a good buy. It is of high quality, is extremely detailed and realistic.
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