Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator Offers A Content-Rich Aerial Experience (Video)

Aerofly FS 2 Flight Simulator (Aerofly FS 2) on Early Access via STEAM™ is your one-of-a-kind boarding pass to take to the skies and explore 180+ airports as the pilot of 16 highly detailed aircrafts. Produced and published by games simulation specialist IPACS, Aerofly FS 2 offers a content-rich world of aviation rendered in stunningly beautiful graphics with amazing attention to detail.

Aerofly FS 2 is the next generation of casual flight simulators that uses worldwide coverage of elevation data and aerial imagery to generate photo realistic environments to explore. With fully animated and interactive 3D cockpits, you can master the game with virtually no training as the intuitive design and interface is a breeze to learn. Take to the skies and fly over the famous Golden Gate Bridge or cross the bay and check out the infamous Alcatraz Island below the mist and fog. The included flight school teaches you the basics of aviation, or the adventurous may jump straight to the cockpit to test their skills at landing a majestic 747 in one of the busiest airports in the world. The choice is yours!

Aerofly FS 2 comes with 16 impressive aircraft, such as F-18, Boeing 747, Baron 58, Airbus 320, Corsair F4U and the Swift S1 Glider to name but a few! There is a route editor for easy flight planning and adjustable cockpit lighting for nighttime flying. You may fly using different view modes and the content-rich settings include customized winds, clouds, visibility, thermal activity and even turbulence. With add-on support, the game will grow over time to accommodate cool new packs and additional airports and aircraft. Joystick and gamepad support is included for all leading brands, such as Thrustmaster, Saitek, Logitech and CH-Products. Gamers at the frontline of technology will be happy to learn that Aerofly FS 2 supports TrackIR, Tobii Eye X and TrackHat. Catering to Virtual Reality enthusiasts, Aerofly FS 2 offers native support for the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR devices.