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, Madrid, Santiago, Barcelona and San Diego v2. The full list of airports is down below.
As we wait for the April 14th 2020 release for Prepar3D v5, LatinVFR has shared a few images of their airports from the new simulator. Whilst they said that their current range of scenery works well already on Prepar3D v5, they do need to make some minor updates to fix some elements before they can release the installers. Furthermore, applications such as SODE needs to be made compatible first before the products can be released (since they’re heavily reliant on SODE support).
Here at FSElite, we will be putting together a few ways in which you can find the latest from developers all speaking about their support for products in Prepar3D v5. We’ll be posted those to the website shortly.
Here’s the full list of products confirmed to be converted by LatinVFR to Prepar3D v5 for free. You can find out more about their latest release of Fort Lauderdale here.