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Just Flight & P3D V4

Just Flight & P3D V4

Statement by Justflight today on their FB page:

"If you've seen the recent announcements about Prepar3D V4, you may be wondering if Just Flight will be updating their content to run in this 64-bit version of P3D.

For several months we have been working with Lockheed Martin to evaluate what work is required to produce V4 compatibility updates for our existing product range. We are aiming to release compatibility updates for some of our recent and popular releases shortly. These will be available free-of-charge in the form of updated product installers.

Meanwhile, for future titles and those that are still in development, we'll be looking into developing ‘native’ V4 products that will take full advantage of the new features available in the simulator, in addition to continuing our support for the FSX and P3D v1/2/3 platforms.

Watch this space...."


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Announcing… Prepar3D v4

Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D v4 – available May 30, 2017

Lockheed Martin is proud to announce that the next generation of simulation and training will start on May 30, 2017 with the public release of Prepar3D v4. The release culminates over eight years of Lockheed Martin development and welcomes major enhancements and new capabilities.
Prepar3D v4

Prepar3D v4 completely changes the simulation landscape with a comprehensive baseline update to a 64-bit architecture. Higher resolution visuals, more objects, increased data precision, larger scenarios, and improved performance are now all possible at levels never seen before in the product’s history. The sky’s not the limit!

Additionally, the release brings dynamic lighting, rain/snow particles, global 3D trees, a fully reworked software development kit (SDK), new default vehicles, and countless improvements.

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Chains of War - Command Modern Air Naval Operations: By JC

Monday, May 22, 2017
By: JC
Chains of War - DLC/Standalone for Command Modern Air Naval Operations

155 mm shells crossing the waters towards enemy targets near Yonan, Krangyong and Changyong. Our eclectic hunter killer group of aging Type 214s and 209-1200s can't locate a radar contact just a handful of miles south of the island of Chodo. Two North Korean vessels (hopefully just gunboats) just sailed out of the Sagot naval dock. Our Block 52 F-16CJs had unleashed a handful of AGM-88B missiles against SAM defenses opposite our installations in Yeonpyeong Island. A flight of North Korean Mig-23s is flying south from Pukchang, rabid for a kill.

Yes! We now have detailed aircraft damage modelled into the engine.

This DLC is a bit unusual because it is a ...

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