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[UPDATE] Captain Sim 757 Captain III Released for P3D v4

Update 02 Jan 18 @ 21:45z: Captain Sim has clarified that the release of the 757 Captain III is version 1. This is not a beta product. As clarified in this forum post, despite the Facebook poll asking if people would buy a beta, this is not the same build. Beta 4 was released to an in-house team to test. After that, version 0.9 was tested by the team. Version 1 is the first version to be available to the public.

They’re aware of some the bugs reported and are working on some fixes to resolve them.

Original article:

Although only announced a few short weeks back, the team at Captainsim has released their anticipated 757 Captain III. The narrow-body airline from Boeing has proven to be a versatile aircraft with both power and range. The 757 is something sorely missed from the current catalogue of aircraft so to have it available in a modern era is most welcome.

As previously announced, the first member of the 757 family joining the pack will be the 757-2PW. Described as a ‘highly detailed and accurate digital replica’ of the Boeing 757-200 with PW2037 and PW2040 engines. It will feature a fully functional flight deck with advance systems, custom night lighting and ‘top-notch’ exterior modelling with 3D windows. There’s also high resolution textures, authentic sound sets, a repaint kit and all-new customer night lighting.

At this stage in time only one variant of the 757 is available however more are set to come. This will include the -200F and the -300 with both engine types.

You can buy the Captain Sim 757 Captain III direct from the Captain Sim website for $75.70; a steep price however hopefully it will show its value in the time to come. It is compatible with at this stage  P3DV4.

Will you be buying it? Let us know in the comments below.

 
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Calum Martin

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