In an update thread made by Lefteris on the FSLabs A320 forum, Lefteris announced that the A320 will come with a free update to support the newly announced Prepar3D v4 platform. When the A320 is released for P3D v4, the upgrade price from FSX to P3D will be discontinued however.
Lefteris did however not only talk about the A320 in his post.
A manager tool was also announced. This tool, much like the PMDG Operations Center will allow for updates, livery installation and support. The plan is to release this tool sometime after the initial release of the A320 for P3D v4.
The long awaited A319 also got a bit of attention.
The A319 will be released for both 32 and 64 bit platforms. These are early plans however. A more firm decision will be made once the aircraft is in a later beta stage.
Probably the most exciting bit of the post (yes, possibly even more exciting than the A320 update being free) is that a new “FSLabs XXXX-X” product has been teased. It is still in the initial stages of development, so dont expect it to release any time soon. Not much was said about it other than it “Can take… well… more fuel than the A320-X series”
Lefteris also briefly mentions that home cockpit and professional versions future customers can look forward to more news on those versions by the end of the year.
Select hardware providers have been eager to lend FSLabs products to ensure compatibility.
There is an elephant in the room though: the Concorde-X customers will have to wait on any news regarding the Concorde in P3D v4. At the moment FSLabs are dedicating all manpower to the A320 series. FSLabs will however look into the possibilities, so the door is still not closed for good.