Thursday, December 5, 2013

In Case You Missed It - English Electric Lightning!

FSX. I know, I am a little late reporting this one. Truth is I, and I am sure many others, have spotted this before this post, but better late than never. Aerosoft will be bringing the iconic English Electric Lighting to your home sim!

No word on TackPack compatibility (the Lightning's real ordinance is not currently offered), but it sounds like testing in Prepar3D v2 is taking place, but to date no results posted. Word is she's a real handful, but somehow this one always managed to be one of the prettiest ugly planes ever and will be a must have if you are a classic fighter fan!

At the time of writing, Aerosoft are also currently looking for beta testers for this aircraft so you can head to their forums if you want to help out:


On a side note, I apologize for my lack of content. Real life has had me really busy, I've either just been too busy or simply too tired to write anything (that you would actually want to read!) the past week or so.  Trying my best to stay up to date as well as getting back into posting here for all of our readers.








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4 comments:

Nick said...

Now this is a surprise of the very best kind!

My absolute favourite aircraft of all time. I already have the JF Lightning and while it's fun, it's the usual JF casual type addon. Here's to hoping the Aerosoft one will go into more depth representing such an awesome aircraft.

Adi Sahar said...

finally, a combat jet with proper bump mapping!

Ian G said...

It does look pretty sweet, doesn't it?

Pirx said...

I like this plane since I first saw it. It`s wings, the two engines in vertical, the cockpit, the nose... It is an excel·lent exemple of the way the United Kingdon understood plane design; a little fantastic, remember the Vulcan, or the Victor for exemple.

Thanks to Aerosoft to develop it. Hope to get it soon.

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