Now Final, X-Plane 11.36

X-Plane 11.36R1 Now Available

Laminar Research has released X-Plane 11.36 – the build is now final. According to the official release announcement:

X-Plane 11.36 is a minor patch that includes a pretty phenomenal improvement: bungee steering for the default Cessna 172. We worked with a few real world pilots on this change, and they confirm it truly captures the feel of steering a real C172 around an airport. The wheel can be steered through rudder linkage up to a small deflection angle, and by using differential brakes, the plane can turn tighter. You can try it for yourself because X-Plane 11.36 has been released for everyone!

Please see below for an update changelog covering both release candidates.

Release Candidate 2

  • XPD-10241 Restored airways when using FAA CIFP.
  • XPD-10268 Fix for beacon.obj typo.
  • XPD-10272 Fix plugin-commanded steering not working.
  • Updated C172.acf and C172_G1000.acf with¬†new nosewheel steering parameters.

Release Candidate 1

  • Honeycomb & Betop MVP joystick files added.
  • Bumped max number of texture atlases from 64 to 128.
  • XPD-10246 Fixed missing layers for .lin files with layers out of order.
  • XPD-10253 Fixed crash if speech engine fails to init.

The original release announcement is available via the X-Plane blog. Alternatively, for more information about X-Plane 11, visit the official platform website.

Keep in mind, X-Plane 11.40 is also currently in the works – the update will feature significant enhancements to flight modeling.

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