This is a wonderful surprise. Earlier today, Cameron of X-Aviation announced that their own Mitsubishi MU-2 Marquise has been updated to X-Plane 11! See the full announcement:

“This will serve as a formal forum announcement that we have released the version 1.8 update for the Mitsubishi MU-2B-60. All customers who have purchased the Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 up till now have been sent an e-mail by X-Aviation with complete installation instructions on how to update your product. We have made this a very simple process! For those that purchase the Mitsubishi MU-2B-60 from today forward, your purchased download will already be updated to version 1.8 for you.

What if I didn’t get the update e-mail?

If you did not receive your update e-mail don’t fret! X-Aviation has updated our system to allow all customers to update with ease, regardless of whether you received an e-mail for the update! Simply login to your account and re-download your original order.

There are some important fixes and requests implemented in this update.

Please note this update is for X-Plane 11 only, and this ends support going forward for X-Plane 10.

The following is a list of additions/fixes included:

Visual Enhancements:

  • XP11 Reflective Glass over Instruments 
  • XP11 Reflection on exterior
  • XP11 Reflective Yokes
  • Subtle changes to lighting highlights on panel
  • New throttle knobs per the real thing

Flight Model Changes:

  • EGT on engine start more within realistic limits
  • New annunciator system with more realistic lighting effects
  • Texture on turn/slip indicators cleaned up to make the balls visible
  • Refined electrical system power consumption
  • Added second battery and battery isolation switches per the real thing
  • Fixed brakes to be consistent. Used to be ‘locked on’ after first landing”

Thanks to our reader Lem for the tip-off! Thanks buddy!

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Check your email folks. I received a 40% off coupon code on this bird today which brings it down to $19.95.


…and please check for Leen De Jager’s MU-2 upgraded liveries and his volumetric prop improvement for the MU-2…