Aircraft developer Majestic Software has shared light on what their plans ar for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator. Whilst the team is “pleased to see that Microsoft has ventured back into the Flight Simulator arena”, they have yet to spend any time with the product as they haven’t yet accessed the simulator during the beta or alpha builds. That said, they do anticipate bringing some of their products to the new simulator.
They aren’t, at this time, able to provide any insight into the timeframes for when the Q300 or the Q400 will be coming to the simulator, but they will be bringing the PILOT, PRO and TRAINING editions of their aircraft to the platform.
As for other Prepar3D, the team mentioned that development is progressing with the development of the FDR functionality and in a few weeks, we’ll see some actual footage of it in action. Majestic will be continuing to develop for 64-bit versions of P3D, and will continue support for the 32-bit platforms.
Of course, we’ll continue to follow their development efforts and let you know. You can follow the team via their website to stay up-to-date.