If you have experienced issues with P3D v5, or at least to make sure you get the best improvements, you should get the new version with the HotFix 1 of the flight simulator. Lockheed Martin explains it’s necessary to uninstall first, and then install again the full product with the…
The new version 5 of Prepar3D is online ! Read the full announcement on the official website here. At the store, the licence prices are the same than for the previous V4.
Lockheed Martin announced the launch of the new version of Prepar3D 5 next week, on April 14th. They introduce it as the first big step “in the development of an all new platform”. It will support DirectX 12, allows the airports designers to make sloping runways. There are also two…
Among the fixes included, the new patch of Lockheed Martin for Prepar3D V4.5 allows to apply SuperSampling Anti-aliasing on PBR objects, so you don’t have to choose one or the other option ! More info here.
If you make part of the simmers experiencing issues with P3D v4.5, you will run to their official webpage to download the latest Hotfix 1. Other improvements include the PBR texture in F-16A, and the beacon light visibility distance.
Lockheed Martin company informs the flightsim community that the latest upgrade version 4.5 for Prepar3D is out ! The main improvements are the terrain night lighting and the improved rendering performance.
Lockheed Martin posted the awaited info about the new update v4.4 for Prepar3D. Among the new features, many simmers will appreciate the drawing distance and the addition of PBR support among the various enhancements. PBR means Physically Based Rendering, and it makes textures look like in real life with accurate…
After a long development, the QualityWings Ultimate 787 Collection has been available for a while now. The 64-bit version for Prepar3D v4 has been since the end of May. That’s the version I’ll be looking at in this review.
The new update for Prepar3D V4.3 is clearly oriented towards performance and improvements : the dynamic lights management and the simulator stability are just some of the major enhancements. Find out more at the official announcement here.
Listen to the interview of the Engineering Project Manager at Lockheed Martin, Adam Breed at PCflight.net to learn more about the raise of Prepar3D. He has been in the development team since the beginning and he knows what’s coming in the next changes, like the version 3 for Prepar3D v4.