PMDG – 747-400 v2 Beta New Shots


Instead of their main support forum, I’ll direct you to their Facebook page since the hosting image service they chose seems to be in maintenance at the time I’m writing.

At least, in this forum post by Robert S. Randazzo, PMDG explains how their new 747-400 can be considered more complicated than the previous product released 10 years earlier. For example, the warnings and lights respect the exact systems and calculations, to make display the respective prompts in a realistic delay.

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Jhan Jensen
Monday, November 7, 2016 18:53

Just a comment. It is officially 747 v3, RSR made the correction about 9 months ago.

747X – FS9 is v1
747 – Queen of the Skies is v2
747 – Queen of the Skies II is v3

PMDG apologies for the mass confusion.

Sunday, November 13, 2016 09:30
Reply to  Sebastien

So, what you are saying is that it’s what people think that matters, even if they are wrong, and not what the facts are? 😀 Don’t underestimate your power to educate – it was V2, it’s now V3 and people can, and should, learn that.

(I admit I’ve been reading too many Trump news lately).

Monday, November 7, 2016 08:59

Was thinking of getting the DC-6 for XPX from PMDG I don’t think so I loath AVSIM mob and Well would prefer good customer service I stopped buying stuff from FSD because of how they act.

So no won’t ever buy from PMDG as no matter how good their stuff is.

Saturday, November 5, 2016 13:43

To Robert S. Randazzo, as well as all of PMDG, First, I want to tell you I very much respect and appreciate the work you do for the flight simulation community. The quality and attention to detail in your products is bar none the best in all of flight simulation, and this is not limited to aircraft add-ons, but scenery add-ons and texture add-ons and whatever add-ons may exist. I hope you will read this comment hearing my tone that I am not at all trying to be abusive or disrespectful, but with every ounce of kindness in me, attempting… Read more »