Please be advised that new previews have been posted in the Airbleed Simulation Software Previews forum. They are working full throttle to bring you the most realistic and accurate DC10 ever for Flight Simulation.
Airbleed Simulation Software has been making planes in the community for years. The people who work for them are widely known for their fantastic attention to detail in every phase of the plane modeling process.
The committed workers at Airbleed Simulation Software do everything in their power to make sure that every detail of their planes is accurate and reproduced with high quality. Planes that are made by Airbleed Simulation Software are renowned for their detailed textures, high polygon-count models, and realistic flight dynamics. Every plane that Airbleed has released raises the bar in a new way for their virtual fleet.
The DC-10 that Airbleed has previewed is no exception to this rule. The plane is a ubiquitous cargo plane that is known across the world for its reliability and efficiency. Many DC-10 models have been made, but most of them are low polygon models that use the flight dynamics of other planes. The DC-10 that is coming out will be a full set, with its own virtual-cockpit capable 3D Cockpit model, a unique instrument panel design, high-resolution textures, and more.
All the favorite features of the DC-10 will be captured in the model that Airbleed is working on. The plane’s famous cargo bay door is even workable in the model, which allows the ultimate control of one of the most important features of the aircraft. Those who enjoy flying the DC-10 will love landing it in many of the airfields that get the plane a lot, in airports in military bases across the country and throughout the rest of the world.
Flight simulator enthusiasts looking for a challenge will enjoy landing it in a United States military base in Afghanistan at night, a course many DC-10 pilots in the armed forces make every day.
The model is an excellent one that will be an absolute blast to use, so be sure to get your hands on the free preview while you still can.