The Cold War hits the flight sim skies with a recreation of one of the world's first swept wing fighters for Flight Simulator X and 2004. The MiG-15 was one of the first swept wing fighters most notably achieving fame in the skies over Korea in the 1950s. It could climb faster and higher than any other aircraft at the time and outclassed all opposition bar the US F-86 Sabre. The prototype MiG-15 first flew in December 1947. It began appearing in service in 1949 and by 1952 it had been provided to a number of communist satellite nations. The MiG-15 was deployed against American Air Forces in December of 1950 in Korea. On November 8 1950 First Lt. Russell Brown flying an F-80 shot down a MiG-15 in the first all-jet dogfight in history. This outstanding virtual recreation has been created by Chinese developers Bear Studios and bristles with atmosphere and authenticity. Stunning details include firing guns with tracers and spent cases high-G effect and even working eject mechanisms for when the excitement gets too much! This is an aircraft expansion that not only brings a classic warbird jet to life but is guaranteed to put a smile on your face!
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