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Mostly Positive (19) - 73% of the 19 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Jul 30, 2020

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Buy X-Plane 11 - Add-on: Aerosoft - XPRealistic v2


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New Version 2. XP Realistic Pro adds another level of realism into X-Plane 11!

Thousands of happy users can’t be wrong, XPRealistic V2 brings a whole new world of immersion into X-Plane. With a growing list of 40 realistic camera and sound effects, you will experience X-Plane like never before. XPRealistic V2 bring realistic effects for GA, Jets, Turboprops, Gliders, Helicopters, Seaplanes and more. What are you waiting for? Fasten your seatbelts and join the ride.

  • Stand-alone plugin, written in C++
  • Vulkan ready
  • Growing list of 40 effects
  • Over 120 sound effects
  • Multi-monitor support
  • VR support (stable ASW 45 fps are required)
  • fps friendly, zero to none fps impact
  • Top of the art user interface
  • Compatible with
  • X-Camera
  • ASXP (From XP B7467 beta and up)
  • TrackIR
  • Most of aircraft addons

Features List:

  • Flaps lever
    - Adding a more realistic sound to the flaps lever.
  • Turbulence shakings
    - Feel and hear the shaking caused by turbulence hitting the aircraft.
  • Wheel well
    - Unless you'll hit the brakes after takeoff, nose wheel spinning sound will fill the cockpit.
  • Flaps drag
    - Feel the drag caused by the extended flaps.
  • Sneezing
    - Once in a while you'll sneeze, let's hope it won't happen during a landing flare.
  • Flaps stress
    - When overspeeding Vfe, maximum flaps extended speed, aircraft vibrations may appear, and airframe may be damaged.
  • Overspeed
    - When overspeeding Vne, never exceed speed, aircraft vibrations may appear and airframe may be damaged.
  • Reverse thrust
    - Feel the power of your engines during reverse thrust.
  • Blade slapping
    - Feel the helicopter blades cutting through the air. Depending on your flight characteristics, a blade slapping effect may occur.
  • Ground roll
    - Add realistic taxi and runway rolling sounds to add to your real experience.
  • Grass strip
    - Takeoffs and landings on grass strips might get bumpy, hear the airframe shaking.
  • Brakes
    - On some aircraft, when brakes are applied, a slight squeaking sound may occur.
  • Ground effect
    - During the ground effect, the aircraft engine noise is reflected back by the runway surface.
  • Floats splash
    - When taking off or landing with floats, feel the splash of the water as you build up speed
  • Water ambiance
    - Did you land in the harbor? Great! Open the door and enjoy the relaxing sound of the ocean.
  • Windshield rain
    - Adds the realistic sound of raindrops hitting the windshield.
  • Airframe wind
    - When applying abrupt control movements, the airframe airflow changes and you can hear it.
  • Windshield wind
    - The faster you go, the more wind you'll hear hitting your windshield.
  • Wind ambiance
    - Adds wind when the aircraft is at the airport on a windy day. Open a door or get out of the aircraft to hear it!
  • Cockpit ambiance
    - Random sounds coming from someone sitting in the cockpit.
  • Airport ambiance
    - Add realistic airport sounds, to bring life into the airport. Turn off the engine and open the door to hear airport ambiance better.
  • G forces
    - Adding movements to the pilot's body caused by constantly changing G forces.
  • Ground shakings
    - Adding movements to the pilot's body caused by constantly changing ground forces.
  • Touchdown main
    - Feel how good your landing is! Adds the sound and movements of your touchdown moment.
  • Touchdown front
    - Your front gear may touch the ground after your main gear to feel a bouncing.
  • Engine vibration
    - Feel the power of the engine when accelerating and when RPM is steady.
  • Engine startup
    - During engine start-up, torque may cause airframe vibrations and sounds.
  • Natural movements
    - Even when we sit still, our body is moving slightly, this effect will bring these tiny body movements into your cockpit.
  • Surface turbulence
    - This effect costs 1-2 fps! Depending on temperature, altitude, and wind, you might feel ground surface turbulence when flying in low level altitudes.
  • CAT
    - Clear Air Turbulence (CAT) is defined as sudden severe turbulence occurring in cloudless regions that causes violent buffeting of aircraft.
  • VR
    - Flying in VR is awesome right? Yet, the cockpit is way too static and that reduces the realism. Using this effect you'll experience cockpit vibrations and shakings.
  • Over G
    - G-force is pulling the ribs down, which empties the air from the lungs. Hear the pilot breathing heavily and feel the stress on the body.
  • Head anticipation
    - Adds orientation change head compensation, bring the head of the pilot to life.
  • Speed brake drag
    - Airframe vibrations and drag noises coming from the extended speed brakes.
  • Gear drag
    - Airframe vibrations and drag noises coming from the extended gear.
  • Speed brake auto-deploy
    - The speed brake lever may be auto deployed in some aircraft, this effect.
  • Stall buffet
    - Once an aircraft stalls, you'll experience airframe vibrations and rumbling.
  • Stick shaker
    - A stick shaker is a mechanical device to rapidly and noisily vibrate the control yoke when the aircraft stalls.

System Requirements

    • Additional Notes: VR stable ASW is required
    • Additional Notes: VR stable ASW is required

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