MSFS: Spitfire Mk IXc Update 1.1.0 is Now Available!

MSFS: Spitfire Mk IXc Update 1.1.0 is Now Available!

Hey guys,

Version 1.1.0 of the MSFS Spitfire Mk IXc is now available! This update includes the highly anticipated flame VFX of the Merlin engine which fires in the correct sequence, the FlyingIron Tablet which includes a huge amount of helpful information and tools, and finally an FM overhaul which has lead to the most realistic simulation of our Spitfire yet!


Changelog:
- Accurate Moments of Inertia according to factory data
- Flight Model entirely re-tuned due to the above
- Faster acceleration during take-off
- Renewed Instrument Camera setup and tuned QuickViews L1/R1
- Overall camera improvements
- Added Tablet & all the goodies along with it
- Fire in the pipes ... 12 x awesomeness
- A bunch of sound improvements: additions, remixing and rebalancing
- Programmable Radio (use tablet to program and radio buttons A-D to use)
- Added loading tips
- Fixed Mag 2
- Fixed cockpit light dimmers
- Improved cockpit texturing
- Added VR stick control
- Fixed radio clickables
- Fixed clock animation
- Many more fixes and improvements

 

Wishing you all a Happy Holidays,

Alex, Dan & Rai

 

 


15 comments


  • Dave

    I purchased the Spitfire via MSFS ‘Market Place’.
    You announce Update 1.1.0 yet I cannot find where, on this website, to download from?
    Cheers, Dave.


  • Colin Tansley

    After this update I am located on top of the fuselage in front of the windscreen. I cannot find a way to relocate to the cockpit interior. I reinstalled the previous version and all was fine? Unable to use the update at the moment!.


  • Grant MacLean

    Can someone please respond to earlier questions, which I share. Where is the update? And couldn’t a link be provided on the News page announcing it?


  • Gaton Fedullo

    Where is the Update? I bought it in Marketplace but there is not any update yet. please respond, thanks


  • Johan Verheijden

    Hi, the update is a great improvement, especially the handling. Less twitchy on takeoff and more realistic pitch at slow speeds. One thing however, can you fix the postion of the wing tip navigation lights of the clipped wing variant?

    Thanks and keep these classics coming!


Leave a comment