Developer Captain Sim has today announced that the 767 Captain II is no longer in early access and has reached full release status. Version 1.0 of the aircraft brings with it a large number of fixes and changes, as well as some new features including wing-flex.
The changelog below from Captain Sim seems to be a mix of customer comments, bug fixes and some other oddities (such as a fix named ‘Floating’), but we can see there has been some changes to functions within the aircraft. Some of those changes include fixes with the FMC, VNAV and also some of the navigation data when selecting certain segments of flight. There have also been improvements made to the cost index calculation, EGPWS and also some instrument approaches.
Despite calls from Captain Sim saying that they would increase the price $134.99 once the aircraft was released from early access, the price is still currently listed at $99.76 USD. It remains to be seen if they do increase the price (or not).
To get the new update, which is compatible with P3Dv4 and P3Dv5, you will need to download a full installer from the Captain Sim website.
You can get your copy of the Captain Sim 767 Captain II from the website.