F15 Review

Updated: Oct 11, 2021

DC Designs are proud to announce their first aircraft collection for Microsoft Flight Simulator! This F-15 Eagle package includes four highly detailed MSFS models: the F-15C, D, E and I 'Ra'am' Eagles.


The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle is an American twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter aircraft designed by McDonnell Douglas (now part of Boeing). The Eagle first flew in 1972 and carries the largest air-to-ground weapons option of any other US fighter.


This review is broken down into sections. Not to say that a product can be good vs bad, it always depends on the end-user to make that decision, but here are my thoughts and verdicts on this new aircraft.



There are some mixed reviews of this aircraft, the first MSFS product from the developer. Some good and some not so much. It would seem some fans of the DCS world have a disliking to it. And, from their perspective, rightfully so. Some are not happy because it’s not a study sim aircraft, some are not happy because of the initial bugs and some are not happy because you can’t "shoot" stuff. For me I think you can’t compare what an aircraft does in one sim versus the other. Different platforms are trying to achieve different things. What makes it interesting is that this was released in P3D a while ago and didn’t seem to get the same level of contrasting feedback. Yes, we now have more people in the flight sim community but should addons be reacted to in a way after the official description says:


“DC Designs' F-15 Eagle is designed to provide a top-quality aircraft that is extremely detailed, yet less demanding to fly than t