For those unfamiliar with the type, the aircraft is a twin engine fighter design developed in the 1970s by Mikoyan Design Bureau of the Soviet Union – the aircraft is still in active service.
Check out some release images below.
Next, see a product features list according to the developer.
- Four (4) production versions:
- MiG 29 9.15/M (armed and unarmed),
- MiG 29 9.17/SMT (armed and unarmed),
- MiG 29 OVT (with thrust-vectoring engine nozzles),
- MiG 35 (armed,unarmed and with fuel tank in the rear ccckpit).
- Eight unique texture sets:
- MiG 29M Russian Air Force painting scheme,
- MiG 29 SMT 21 painting scheme,
- MiG 29 SMT 777 painting scheme,
- MiG 29 SMT 917 painting scheme,
- MiG 29 SMT India painting scheme,
- MiG 29 OVT Display painting scheme,
- MiG 35 Display painting scheme (with English inscriptions in the cockpit),
- MiG 35 Russian Air Force painting scheme (with Russian inscriptions in the cockpit).
- High quality 4k-textures (4096×4096).
- High quality native FSX model.
- High quality 3D cockpit with 4k-textures (no 2D cockpit).
- Exterior Model and Virtual Cockpit are very detailed and animated.
- Ilustrated user manual in pdf format (in …SimObjectsAirplanesMiG … from FFS folders).
- High quality soundset.
- Realistic collimated HUD.
- All gauges are made with realism.
To learn more, review additional screenshots, or to purchase, visit the product sales page for either FSX or Prepar3D via simMarket. As of the time of this writing, the aircraft is priced at €26.00 EUR regardless of simulator platform.
*Images courtesy of FlyFreeStd.