After the exciting announcement from Lockheed Martin and their version 5 of Prepar3D, developers have been eager to show off their products in the new platform. It feels like it was yesterday when P3D version 4 dropped allowing 64-bit and ridding the infamous Out Of Memory error that plagued the 32-bit programs.
MK-Studios has posted some previews of their upcoming Palma De Mallorca (LEPA). Very little info has been released regarding MKS’ Palma, but judging by the screenshots, you can expect a truly surreal experience. It would be fair to assume that we can expect very similar if not the same sort of features we have seen on previous MKS products such as dynamic lighting and SODE jetways (Once SODE is compatible with P3Dv5). LM stated that they have updated their global terrain, but that won’t stop developers from going above and beyond.
Going off that, Keflavik (BIKF) is certainly no exception. MK-Studios has also posted the Iceland airport in P3Dv5 showing stunning evening lighting on and around the airport. Keflavik will most likely receive the same treatment as Palma De Mallorca (LEPA).
We have no release date or a price set for Palma De Mallorca Airport (LEPA) but you can expect a V4.5 and v5 package all for one price. MK-Studios has also announced that owners of v4 Keflavik will get a free copy for p3Dv5. Be sure to stay tuned to the MK-Studios Facebook page for the latest on their development process with these two airports. We’re not far off now.