REX – Sky Force 3D Update 2.5 for P3D5

Sky Force 3D supports now P3D5 since REX could release its official Update v2.5.

The changelog also mention a good number of fixes and the rendering of moderate rain when the metar report includes the BR code (meaning there’s mist, that comes from the French word “Brume”).

Changelog :

ADDED – Support for Prepar3D v5
FIXED – Improved visibility and haze effect rendering for Prepar3D v5
FIXED – PMDG wind file missing folder issue
FIXED – Optimization risk negative numbers with higher-end graphics cards
FIXED – Registration failures
FIXED – Cloud brightness modification for Prepar3D v5
FIXED – Overcast cloud models for Prepar3D 5 (Non-trueSky™)
FIXED – Green bar rendering when disabled
FIXED – Backup files will not overwrite with both 64bit and 32bit installed
FIXED – Export file not updating
FIXED – Export JSON file not being downloaded
FIXED – Flight plan not being cleared within the application
FIXED – Client connection database error
IMPROVED – Rendering moderate rain handling when BR is recognized within the metar report

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Monday, April 5, 2021 16:33

Ich habe 3 Wetter-Programme: Active Sky/ASCA , Pilots FSGRW und eben REX Skyforce.
Leider ist bei REX STÄNDIG fürchterliches Wetter. Die dicksten Regenwolken auf FL400 im Wetterradar mit Null Sicht. Das finde ich schlicht nicht real.
Ich hatte oft das Gefühl, REX will schlicht zeigen, wie toll es “dramatisches” Wetter generieren kann…
Bei über 200 Flügen in der realen Welt habe ich NIEMALS ein solches Wetter in einer solchen Höhe erlebt.
Gut, dass es Alternativen zu REX gibt 😉

FSGRW hingegen taucht alles, aber auch wirklich alles in einen Nebelschleier. Dafür passt das Wetter aber meist am Besten zum METAR.

Monday, April 5, 2021 19:31
Reply to  skystar

Oh, I’m sorry. I haven’t noticed that I’m here on the english .com site and not on the german .de.

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