Amazon has put up the product page for the T.Flight Hotas 4 Flight Stick, which you can purchase with this link. You can check out some photos of Thrustmaster’s latest product with our media gallery located below this paragraph.
The Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas 4 Flight Stick is mainly designed for the PlayStation 4. With that said, it can also be used with the PC with the requisite drivers.
The product comes with a rapid trigger fire, multidirectional hat switch, 12 action buttons in addition to the PS4 menu buttons. The stick is equipped with adjustable resistance, detachable throttle, dual rudder system along with a PS4/PC compatibility switch. Last but not least, it is also compatible with the Thrustmaster TFRP Flight Rudder Pedals. Read the full product description of the flight stick below:
The Thrustmaster Flight Hotas 4 Flight Stick for PS4 & PC is ready for takeoff with adjustable stick resistance, real-size detachable throttle, dual rudder system and built-in PS4 / PC sliding switch. This realistic joystick is ergonomically designed to adapt to all types of flights (aerial combat, space adventure, civil flight, etc.). There is adjustable stick resistance and a large hand rest for comfort during those long flights. The dual rudder system operates by rotating the handle (with integrated locking system) or by the progressive tilting lever. This flight stick is also compatible with the Thrustmaster TFRP Flight Rudder Pedals (sold separately). Its weighted base provides enhanced stability, and the comprehensive flight gear offers 5 axes + 12 action buttons + 1 rapid fire trigger + 1 multidirectional hat switch (navigation / panoramic view). Embedded software is certified for PlayStation 4 and there is automatic recognition by the PS4 system. Official PlayStation 4 buttons are included (PS / SHARE / OPTIONS). The Thrustmaster Flight Hotas 4 Flight Stick is also compatible with PC (Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP) thanks to Thrustmaster drivers available for download from our website.
If you are a fan of flying games, you might want to take a look at the new Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas 4 Flight Stick.