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.
In June 2016, PMDG released the Douglas DC-6 Cloudmaster for X-Plane, their first foray into that platform. Early in the summer of 2017, the same classic airplane was released for FSX and P3D. Quite a bit different from the Boeing airliners PMDG released the last couple of years, so let’s…
The first hotfix for Prepar3D V4 is here ! The list of enhancements and improvements is quite long, affecting display issues, memory leaks, sounds issues, scenario saving/reloading problems etc.
Choose your licence, and get it now : the new version 4 of Prepar3D is ready for purchase and download from the official website : https://www.prepar3d.com/. Among the new features, you will of course benefit now of the 64bit code and its advanced memory management, the 3D trees among the Autogen…
httpv://youtu.be/98_RCM9YTBg In Prepar3D, you can hang out or visit airports and other places by using avatars, 3D and animated people. As a gift to any interested simmer, Aerosoft released an airliner pilot, a marshaller, a dancing zombie and an airport falconer.
Users of Prepar3D v3 are invited to update their flight simulator to the latest version v3.4, available now ! Lockheed Martin adds the support to the virtual reality headsets, and brings here the most stable and performing version of their sim.
On the Prepar3D site, a changelog for Prepar3D v3.3 has been published, in addition to the actual release of v3.3. A number of fixes and new features are present in the changelog and I recommend you take a look at it before you decide if you wish to update as there…
In my previous review, I looked at the new Lockheed Martin Prepar3D version 3. However, I purposely limited myself to looking at the sim without any third party add-ons. It’s time to change that! This time, let’s see how nice the new kid on the block plays with others!