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Bell UH-1B Iroquois

Ride to Hell: Retribution (2013)
UH-1B specifically

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (2016)
Pretty certain it's MFG. Probably based heavily on a T-6 Texan, but the canopy isn't quite right.

Desolate (2019)
Almost 100% certain this is MFG. Can't find any high-wing open cockpit monoplanes like this, let alone ones with such a boxy shape.
Boeing 737 NG

Alpha Protocol (2010)
Definitely a Boeing (cropped cockpit corners).

Can't be a 777 (has winglets).

Can't be a 767 (position of the FTFs).

Can't be a 757 (nose isn't low enough).

Can't be a Max series (nacelles have a straight rear edge).

Can't be a pre-600 (enormous vertical stabilizer).

Probably not a 600 (length, but not super clear from this angle).

It's a 737-700, 737-800, or 737-900 (or possible, but not likely, a 600).
AgustaWestland AW109

The Last of Us (2013)
Definitely MFG, but closed to an A-109, or maybe an S-76

A Way Out (2018)
A Bell 206 and Cessna 208 also appear.

Battlefield 2042 (2021)

Fictionally modified Osprey as the V-38
Harbin Z-11W
Mi-24 SuperHind(modern and futurized as the 240)
AH-6(modern and futurized as the MD540)
AH-64D as the AH-64GX
Ka-52 as the Ka-520
Raider X/360 Invictus Hybrid as the RAH-68 Shoshone
Ka-58 Black Ghost as the YAH-99
F-35B as the "F-35E Panther" (Panther is actually the USAF nickname for the F-35A, like "Warthog" for the A-10)
Hughes MH-6 Little Bird

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (2020)
Shortened Bo-105 with fictionalized parts (fake engine, driveshaft(?) for the rear prop, and extra stabs)
Made for Game VTOL

Marvel's Spider-Man (2018)
Completely MFG
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21

NAM (1998)
MiG-21 with wonky proportions
Boeing 307 Stratoliner

Destroy All Humans! (2005)
Boeing 307

Trapped Dead (2011)
Biponacci wrote
Bell 212 also has a stretched fuselage, this aircraft doesn't

Yeah, MFG. A 212 but with the 204 fuselage.
Bell 412

RoboCop: Rogue City (2023)
TheGame wrote
Bell 205

Flippedoutkyrii wrote
Bell 206L LongRanger?

The "brow" of the cockpit and the fuselage are the sharper, wider ones of the long-body military models (205 and onwards). The engine compartment and four blades make this a 412 though.
Bell 205

Wheelman (2009)
Not a 214. Twin engined, and the engine compartment more resembles an S-70. In fact, so do the horizontal stabs, but they're on what is clearly a Bell-angled tail.

Hybrid of a long-body Bell, like a 205, 214, or 412, with an S-70.
Bell 430

Jurassic Park: Trespasser (1998)
Biponacci wrote
Bell 230 or 430, depends on if it has 2 or 4 blades

The 430 also had a stretched fuselage. You can tell by the distance between the front of the landing gear pod and the cockpit's side window that this is a 430.
Bell UH-1D Iroquois

NAM (1998)
Biponacci wrote
Definitely a UH-1, might just be me, but it seems to have a late model engine

Yeah, the gentle curve of the engine (plus the fuselage/door of course) make it for sure a UH-1D or the externally identical UH-1H.

Driver: San Francisco (2011)
AS350 but possibly with the slight nose bump of the Bell 206

Modern Warships (2021)
MFG. There are no quadcopters that size.

Rise of the Tomb Raider (2015)
MFG. Basically an S-92 but the landing gear are shown as being directly under the fuselage instead of in pods off to the side.
Sikorsky S-70

Tomb Raider (2013)
Sikorsky S-70 (Civilian version of the UH-60 Blackhawk)
McDonnell Douglas MD-500

少女前线 (2016)

Colin McRae Rally 3 (2002)
Bell 206 missing horizontal stabilizers

Colin McRae Rally 3 (2002)
MFG but closest to a Fokker 50. There are a very limited number of high-wing turboprops of that size without a T-Tail, and this isn't any of them.
Vickers-Armstrongs Viscount

LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures (2008)
Douglas DC-4. You can tell it's a 4 and not a 6 by the slightly rounded (shorter) fuselage, not a 307 by the nose design with the cockpit windows at a different slope, and not a constellation by the traditional tail.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (2020)
In the clip with the Nimitz class aircraft carrier, F-14 Tomcats and anachronistic F/A-18 Superhornets (you can see the square intakes in higher resolution screenshots) can be seen on the deck.

Airforce Delta Strike (2004)
MFG but based on the Avro Vulcan
Airbus A330

Car Simulator 2 (2019)
Cockpit design of the A320, proportions of the 787, and a nose taper from no real plane. None of the airliner companies design a plane with a nose that sharp that also doesn't slant. Made for game.
Made for Game Aeroplane

Life is Strange 2 (2018)
There are no airliners that combine twin turbofans, T-Tail, and wing-mounted engines. Based on that and how low-poly it is, this is a totally fictional model that was MFG.
Nissan Sentra

Ready or Not (2021)
This is not a crown vic, and it's a different model from the game's actual crown vics. If anything, it looks more like an '89 Sentra or something.
Bell 412

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War (2020)
This is a Bell 412. The UH-1Y has a very unique protruding engine compartment that is significantly larger than the one of the 412. This one is possibly even smaller than the 412, and has the height of the 212's, but is visibly the more complex compartment of the 412, not the single rectangle present on the 212.
Boeing-Sikorsky RAH-66 Comanche

Hot Wheels: World's Best Driver (2013)
RAH-66 Comanche. The slant on the front of the nose is slightly fictionalized. IRL, it's more of an elbow, not a straight line.
Bell 407

Max Payne 3 (2012)
Bell 407 with a rounded cockpit like a Bo105. Absolutely not a Gazelle, I think the cockpit had that person confused. Also missing the vertical stabilizers that come off of the ends of the horizontal stabilizers.
Sikorsky S-76

F1 2021 (2021)
Slightly shortened Sikorsky S-76. The front end is blunter than it should be and the contour from fuselage to tail boom is slightly exaggerated (it's smoother IRL). It's also got a brutally misproportioned version of the tail of a Bell 427.

Agent Intercept (2019)
Sci-fied out Mi-24 Hind

Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales (2020)
Same as is in the newest game. It's a hybrid of the Bell 206L and Sikorsky S-76. The proportions match the 407 more (not as long as the S-76) and it's shown with the fuselage swooping into the boom like the 206L. It's also shown with the two blade of the 206L.

The engine is totally fictional. No helicopter has an engine compartment that enormous, with that ratio of length to width (implying single engine) and worst of all, no exhaust.

Airforce Delta Strike (2004)
As the last person said, Tomcat (hence the name "Jerry Mouse") but it appears to have only one exhaust, like an F-16.
Mil Mi-28

Revolution X (1994)
It's an Mi-28 Havoc, but for some reason the tail is slanted towards the fuselage, not away. The cockpit also seems slightly misproportioned (too tall) but I'd reckon that's on account of it being an old game.

Mafia III (2016)
In addition to the UH-1, a Bell H-13 Sioux appears in a live-action cutscene.

Also, a Cessna 172 can be seen parked in a couple places, and they're used to drop drug packages in the bayou missions for Cassandra.

There's also a CH-47 (with the nose of the 46 for some reason) in the Stones Unturned DLC.

Far Cry 6 (2021)
The LA-240CE is correctly identified as an AT-6 Texan, but the 240 is misidentified as a P-51. It is the exact same plane, the AT-6 Texan, down to the nose, which appears to be from the AT-6 Texan II, the modern Beechcraft-made variant.

The "Garin Vorona C" is an Mi-8 Hip, the R-25 is an H-13 Sioux, and the plane that does supply drops appears to be a Short Skyvan, but I only have one bad screenshot, so I could be wrong about that one.

Far Cry 5 (2018)
The Bell H-13 Sioux appears as the R-31 Buzzer, the Eurocopter EC130/Airbus H130 (but the with the fuselage more proportioned like the 135 models) appears as the H-04 Foxfly, and the Bell 407 appears as the H158.

The "Adjudicor FBW" appears to be an SBD Dauntless/A-24 Banshee (the fairly unique turret-cockpit system is a dead giveaway) with the nose of the Beechcraft T-6 Texan II (or re-proportioned P-51). FBW could be an attempt at the '22 designation system the U.S. Navy system used up until 1962. If they accidentally swapped BF for FB (fighter-bomber), then FBW would be a perfectly valid designation for a plane designed for dogfights and dive bombs (which this plane is directly stated to be). In the real world, W was the Navy's manufacturer code for multiple different companies, so there's no reason we couldn't assume the Navy wouldn't assign it to Adjudicor in the FC universe. The SBD, which technically wasn't a fighter bomber, hence being SBD and not BFD, was often outfitted for and used for dogfights, and there was a U.S. Army version which had no tailhook, so it probably would be best to say that this is the SBD/A-24, with the Army's physical paint/lack of a tailhook and the Navy's name. I'd be willing to bet the nose is just to keep it fictionalized. Whether this was an extreme aircraft nerd at Ubi, or just someone googling "WW2 American fighter-bomber" and unwittingly grabbing design aspects from pictures that showed two separate versions of the same plane, which very often happens in video games, can't be known. In fact, I believe that's the same mistake UBI made with the FC3/W_D MP5, they googled "MP5", hit images, and based it off pictures of both the most common MP5 (MP5A3) and the original (Pre A-1, just "MP5").

The "Kimberlite HP" floatplane is a Piper Cub, but it's incorrectly flown from the front seat. In real life, the cub's controls are present on both the front and rear seats, (and thus you hypothetically could) but when flying alone, you have to pilot from the rear seat because of the weight of your body.

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Plymouth Duster

Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (2017)
Looks more like a '71 Mach 1 more than anything else to me. Front end is ABSOLUTELY not a '75 Plymouth Duster

Far Cry 6 (2021)
There was no '62 Ferrari 275 GTB. It's a '64-'66 (which were officially all just called the '66).