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Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v5 4K Footage

YouTuber and community contributor Rob Ainscough has shared public footage of Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D v5 in action. The 4K footage highlights the new DirectX 12 engine, along with trueSKY being used to simulate the weather and atmospheric effects.

This new video highlights a lot more of the simulator in action compared to the short teaser trailer we premiered yesterday during the announcement period.

As we mentioned in the announcement post, Lockheed Martin will be releasing Prepar3D v5 on Tuesday, April 14th 2020. FSElite will continue to follow any developments on this new simulator as they come.

Be sure to check out our current list of developer statements regarding their product compatibility. 

You can also read our full interview with Chris Metel from Lockheed Martin here,

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Flight Sim Development Group Releases Beziers Cap d’Agde (LFMU)

Scenery developer Flight Sim Development Group (FSDG) may have just released Casablanca on X-Plane 11, but they aren't stopping with scenery releases this week. French airport Beziers Cap d'Agde (LFMU) is now ready to purchase and download from the FSDG website. Currently, the airport is only served by Ryanair to destinations such Beauvais, Charleroi and London-Luton. However, the airport is limited
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JustSim Releases Santorini International Airport for Prepar3D v4

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Although only announced only a few days ago, but JustSim has released their Santorini Airport (LGSR) for Prepar3D v4. The airport on the Greek Island is home to many seasonal flights during the summer months. Pretty much all major European airlines fly to the island during the summer, meaning you can explore destinations such as London, Brussels, Vienna and many more.
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LatinVFR Shares Miami and Santiago Previews in Prepar3D v5

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So far only a handful of developers have confirmed their plans and intentions for how they will bring their products to the recently announced Prepar3D v5. Amongst those is scenery developer LatinVFR who has confirmed that they will be bringing their airports over to the platform free of charge. To be specific, this includes airports such as Miami v5, Fort Lauderdale,
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Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v5 Teaser Trailer

You can now watch the teaser trailer for the upcoming Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v5 right now. The new one-minute teaser trailer gives you just a taste of the all-new DirectX 12 rendering engine, trueSKY weather integration and updated airports.

Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v5 content over the coming weeks including tutorials, first-looks and an extensive review.

You can read more about the new features in our announcement post, or read more in-depth information from Chris Metel of Lockheed Martin.

As mentioned already, Lockheed Martin plan on releasing Prepar3D v5 on Tuesday, April 14th 2020.

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Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v5 UHD Photo Gallery

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With Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D v5 now known to the public, we thought it would be a good idea to put together previews for the new simulator into a single post. All of the images we have captured directly from their latest teaser trailer, which highlights many of the new features coming to the new simulator. Prepar3D v5 will feature an
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Prepar3D v5 Complete Changelog

Lockheed Martin Prepar3d V5 Splash
Announced just moments ago, Lockheed Martin will be bringing Prepar3D v5 to the market next Tuesday, 14th April 2020. Whilst the key features of this all-new version was spoken about in our previous article, Lockheed Martin also provided us with a huge list of expected changes. As mentioned before, the new DirectX 12 rendering engine and trueSKY integration are two
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Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v5 Revealed, Releasing Next Week

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FSElite can reveal that Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D v5 will release next week on Tuesday, April 14th 2020. This is the first time the public world has seen the new simulator in action and we can also reveal some of the next-generation features coming to the platform upon release. Lockheed Martin has described Prepar3D v5 being the first step in an
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