The imge above is of the FSX version of the PMDG B777 but, at their support forum earlier today, Robert Randazzo of PMDG confirmed that the development team are planning release of a number of their products for classroom/training use on Lockheed-Martin’s Prepar3D simulator Platform – subject to some conditions being met.
No date for release of products was announced, but the products currently planned for release are the PMDG 747-400v2.0 for P3D, PMDG 777 Series for P3D and the PMDG 737NGX Series for P3D, with the JS4100 and future “PMDG Classics” aircraft also being considered.
Regarding the ever present licensing questions, the thread states that “PMDG are currently working with our licensing partners to expand and clarify scope restrictions under our current license agreements that prevent us from releasing products for the P3D platform. These conversations have been ongoing since approximately July, and we do not have an ETA for their successful conclusion but it is anticipated that we will have an agreement in principle before the end of 2013.”
Read about the pricing policy expectations here. We’ll keep you posted for future developments.