A2A Simulations is gearing up for their first release on Microsoft Flight Simulator with the Accu-Sim Comanche. Scott Gentile, a member of the A2A team, announced early this month that the Accu-Sim Comanche (Piper PA-24 Comanche) is “days away” from test flying and subsequent release to the beta team.

This is surely very exciting news to A2A fans who are well aware of the outstanding level of quality provided by A2A’s Accu-Sim in P3D and FSX. For the uninitiated, the Accu-Sim engine is A2A Simulation’s in-house solution to providing high-fidelity add-ons by simulating the underlying systems responsible for the behaviors of a particular aircraft. A2A has been hard at work on creating a brand new Accu-Sim engine just for MSFS. In the forum post, Scott mentions that the new Accu-Sim engine is so powerful that it resulted in surprising behaviors in the Comanche that he was able to confirm first-hand by recreating the same conditions in the real thing.

Naturally, we don’t know much more than this but rest assured, FSElite will be sure to keep you posted with new updates as they come.