You're already enjoying the unprecedented versatility, incredible graphics, and unparalleled flight performance accuracy of Great Planes RealFlight. Maybe you've even increased it's plane and flying site selections with Ad-Ons volume One and Two.
Add-Ons volume Three expands your hangar to include, among its fifteen new aircraft, the highly popular P-38 Lightning. This is also the first Add-Ons disc to include Helicopters*—and the first time RealFlight has ever offered simulated versions of actual R/C Helicopter models, Thunder Tiger's popular Raptor 30 and 60.
Now, picture yourself flying these aircraft at the very same facility where Great Planes R&D test pilots evaluate the latest R/C model prototypes. You can—with the actual Great Planes Test Site recreated on Add-Ons Volume Three! It's one of the five new 3D flying fields available to explore. For a peaceful charge of pace, fly through the solemn Aztec Ruins or past the beckoning Coastal Lighthouse. Ready to cut loose and "barnstorm"? There's no better back drop than the Illinois Farmland! Park Flyers will feel right at home in the Gymnasium. All five fields, of course, feature RealFlights revolutionary PhotoField™ graphics and famous editable terrain.
Add-Ons Volume Three is compatible with previous versions of RealFlight simulator software. With the new aircraft and flying sites, you'll see the same sensational graphics...hear the same Doppler-correct stereo sound...and enjoy all of the adjustability and customizing potential that your version of the simulator allows. That means if you're using RealFlight Generation 2, you'll see moving control surfaces, spinning propellers and G2's breathtaking high-resolution graphics!
*Please Note: Raptor helicopter simulations are compatible only with Realflight deluxe or Generation 2 software, and are not available for use with RealFlight Classic
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