Prepar3D v5.0 Hotfix 1 Now Available

The Prepar3D v5.0 Hotfix (5.0.24.34874) is now available. It can be downloaded immediately from the Purchased Downloads section of the website. The Prepar3D v5.0 Hotfix contains fixes for high priority issues identified after launch. A full install of all components is recommended for this update. To install the update you must first uninstall your current Prepar3D v5 install via Programs and Features in Windows Control Panel. Each fix listed below is categorized per installer. Please note, you must first have Prepar3D v5 installed to utilize any of the standalone installers (Client, Content, and Scenery). The Prepar3D v5.0 update may require

Prepar3D v4.5 Hotfix 3 Now Available

The third hotfix to Prepar3D v4.5 (4.5.14.34698) is now available. It can be downloaded immediately from the Purchased Downloads section of the website. The Prepar3D v4.5 Hotfix 3 contains numerous new features and improvements. Various improvements were made to VR including native support for the Varjo XR-1 Mixed Reality headset. Multichannel capabilities have been enhanced with stability improvements and better structured scenario support. Additional PDK tools give developers more control over multiplayer and structured scenarios. Only the Client installer is required for the majority of fixes present in Prepar3D v4.5 Hotfix 3. The Content, Scenery, and SDK installers are optional.

Prepar3D at ITEC Update

Lockheed Martin attended ITEC, Europe’s premier training and simulation technology show, where it demoed Prepar3D v. 1.1. Held several times daily, the Prepar3D ® demo showcased the power of the software, including its new features. Demo highlights included: Bathymetric detail … Prepar3D ® now offers even more detailed depictions of water. Schools are using Prepar3D ® to help students learn about undersea life. With bathymetry, students can add rich details to their underwater worlds, learning about coral reefs, fish and more. Sensors … newly added military sensors provide enhanced fidelity – an element of realism that’s newly realized for this

Prepar3D 1.1 Release update

We should be announcing the release date for version 1.1 of Prepar3D very soon.   I thought I would take a little bit of space to let you know of the changes and fixes in this release. This is not the finalized list, but pretty close to it.  There will be a complete changelog available to reflect the final 1.1 release version. New Features Multi-Touch support added Multi touch on single touchpanels and across multiple touchpanels New functionality to Save and Load Custom Control configurations New SimConnect APIs Added to support enhanced development Synchronous SimConnect Allows for “blocking” callbacks, meaning that the