When Lockheed Martin announced that Prepar3D v5 would be coming soon, we began in earnest our plan on how we could support the community with moving to Prepar3D v5. To help, we have put together what we’re calling the Prepar3D v5 Upgrade Hub.
This hub has been designed with the community in mind to help provide information in a single place to help you move to the new version of Prepar3D. On it, we have the latest Prepar3D v5 news, an FAQ, various videos (from us and others), and a series of compatibility lists.
The compatibility lists are a live and updated table of products from Prepar3D v4 with compatibility for Prepar3D v5. We have sourced the information from various places (including our initial Developer Statement article) and we are now working with developers to keep it as updated as possible. To help, we have broken it down into the following lists:
- Scenery (Non-Airports)
We’re aware that there are still many products missing, but we are adding them all the time. That said, we are still looking for community support. So if you see something which we’ve missed, please use the submission form to let us know. We’ll review it as often as we can and update the lists accordingly.
For now, let us know what you think of the Upgrade Hub, what else we can add to help you and any other feedback.
Remember, Prepar3D v5 launches today at 20:00 GMT.