FlightSimLabs have just posted some new previews of their A320-X running in P3D v4 over on their forums, showing off the updated virtual cockpit with the new modelling and textures (yay). The A320-X its self is ‘in the final stages of testing’ for P3D v4, which means we will see the 64-bit A320-X soon, with all the new improvements which is super exciting!
And as you can see at the end, FSL threw in an additional preview of their A319-X, no new information on the A319, but it’s good to finally see it in the sim. Heres the full post from FSL…
I asked our beta team to collect some high-res screenshots of our updated virtual cockpit for the A320-X in Prepar3D v4 so that I could share these with you.
We are in the final stages of testing the A320-X in Prepar3D v4, which as I mentioned previously – features a new high definition sound package, new modelling and texture work, new FSL Spotlights which utilise and extend the new dynamic lighting found in P3D v4.
Users can now load, save and set a default panel state through the MCDU. The FMGS now includes SEC FPLN, FIX INFO (both S4 and S7 standards) and extensive work to support upcoming features such as wind predictions, offsets, equal time points, energy circles, step climb/descent and required time to arrival logic.
There is a LOT of work that has gone into this aircraft since our last update – and we’ll be providing a full list of details of these new and updated features upon release.