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UPDATE: PMDG 737 NGX Is Now Available for P3Dv4 and Further Updates

PMDG 737 P3D V4 4

UPDATE: PMDG have now issued a statement regarding the new update. Not only has the 737 NGX received a new installer update, but so have the 777-200LR, 777-300ER and the 747 QOTSII.

Robert posted some info on how to update as well:

  1. Uninstall the currently installed product.  (YES.  YOU. MUST. DO. THIS.)  [it is not necessary to de-activate your license… just uninstall the airplane using the add/remove component in windows!]

  2. Log into your account at PMDG eCommerce and navigate to your order history.

  3. Download the full installer for the desired product.

  4. Run said installer.  (Run-as-admin is always a good idea, while we are talking about it!

Fixes for the aircraft include some stability stuff and general optimization. In particular, they have looked at the efficiency of their aircraft in P3Dv4.

As usual, if you’re an Aerosoft customer, you’ll have to wait a few days before you can download the update, but it’ll be out soon enough. Also, there’s a couple of things PMDG would like to make 737 NGX customers aware of, which you can read here.

Finally, it was also confirmed that the 737-700/600 package will be out later this week and the Cloudmaster DC-6 will be out later next week.

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Whilst Robert himself may not have posted an update on the forums, multiple PMDG 737 NGX users are reporting to us that the aircraft is now available for P3Dv4.

If you log into your PMDG Ops center account, the app will deliver a notification to you informing you to head to your PMDG account and download a brand new version. This is similar to what we saw for the 747 and 777 installers.

We are sure that Robert is busy populating a forum post informing the community, but before he does, you can head to your PMDG e-commerce account now and download the PMDG 737 NGX for your version of Prepar3D V4 now.

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