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Flight Simulation Discussion Panel

As we reach the end of #FlyJuly, several of Flight Sim’s biggest names got together to discuss the future of flight simulation. Collectively, Evan (FlightSimExpo), Calum (FSElite), Sergio (HeliSimmer.com), Jarrad (Orbx), Andrew (POSCON) and Magnus (Threshold) discussed how they see the next few months unfolding for the world of simulation and how we’re entering an important moment in the community’s history. In-depth discussions surrounding the release of Microsoft Flight Simulator, how this is impacting developers and also where Lockheed Martin and Laminar Research will hold their own whilst simmers have all-new options for how they take to the virtual skies.

Join all of us on this truly collaborative and community-driven panel discussion raising interesting questions and points as we breakthrough into the new era of flight simulation.

Read more about FlyJuly here.

FlightSimExpo – https://www.flightsimexpo.com/
FSElite – https://fselite.net
HeliSimmer.com – https://www.helisimmer.com/
Orbx – https://orbxdirect.com/
POSCON – https://www.poscon.net/
Threshold – https://www.thresholdx.net/

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X-Plane Developer Livestream Happening 09-Feb-2019

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With the release of X-Plane 11.30 now firmly in the hands of simmers across the world (along with the recently released 11.31 version), attention will start to turn on what the future holds for Laminar Research and X-Plane. Announced on Facebook, Laminar Research will take to YouTube to host their next Developer Livestream to discuss the roadmap and what the
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DCTRY Update – Your Feedback Matters

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During the weekend, we had released DCTRY - Your Airport Add-on Hub & Directory. It has been a very successful release with positive and constructive feedback received throughout the community that was much appreciated by the team, keep it coming. We're happy to announce that we've surpassed our first milestone of 1,000 registered members which has absolutely blown away our
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Prepar3D V4 – What We Know From Developers – Part 2

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Bumped to the front page again. Updated on June 3rd 2017.

With the announcement of Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D V4, we are committed to ensuring you’re kept up to date with what flight sim developers are going to do with the new simulator. P3D V4 brings a huge change in core coding and as a result, many developers will need to ensure their products are correctly ported over.

You can read Part One here. Covered in part one are:

  • TFDi Deisgns
  • FSDreamTeam
  • A2A Simulations
  • FlyTampa
  • PMDG
  • TOGA Projects
  • FlightBeam Studios
  • 29Palms
  • LatinVFR
  • REX
  • Turbulent Designs
  • Orbx
  • Aerosoft
  • Hi-Fi Simulations
  • Milviz
  • FS2Crew
  • Black Box Simulations
  • PILOT’S!
  • FSLabs
  • JustFlight
  • Dreamflight Studios
  • iBlueYonder
  • UK2000
  • Majestic
  • CaptinSim
  • ImagineSim
  • FSFlightControl

 

FSUIPC

For some reason, some people were worried that Pete wouldn’t be making FSUIPC for Prepar3D version 4. Well the man himself has now confirmed that we will see FSUIPC. However, it will be a new version making it FSUIPC5. Fair enough if you ask us considering he’s been offering free updates for many years now. He says the weather stuff will be taken out and some other facilities may not work yet.

Won’t be released day 1, but hopefully not long after.

LH Simulations

The team behind Budapest (LHBP) was created in a 32-bit environment so is not currently compatible for P3D V4. However, the team have said they will be upgrading the product as soon as they can. Right now, there isn’t a release schedule for an update, or any details on pricing.

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Prepar3D V4, What We Know from Developers

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A number of developers are now coming out with their plans for P3D V4. Please note that this post will be a continually updated post as and when more developer news is provided. You can read PART TWO HERE TFDi Design  The team over at TFDi design announced on their forum that their 717 will not be available with P3D
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