With a plethora of FPV drone simulators out there, which ones are worth your time? Today, we’re breaking down the best FPV sims and where you can get them.
If you’re getting into FPV, chances are you’ve been told the best place to start is the sim. This is true. Your first purchase should be a radio, then a sim. For the radio, I highly recommend the Radiomaster TX16 or a TBS Tango 2 Pro. That way, you start with a good radio that will last you throughout your FPV journey. With that out of the way, what about the sim? There’s a plethora of options, and I can’t reasonably list all of them. So what I’ll do is list the ones I’ve tried, the ones I recommend, and some free alternatives worth mentioning.
One thing you should know if you’re a beginner: Any of these are fine and will teach you the basic stick movements and how to fly around in acro mode. The other thing you should know is this is all going to be subjective, so take it with a grain of salt.