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    Any date regarding the Max for the new flight sim

    Hi,

    sorry if it’s found else where in the forums but wondering if there’s any update regarding the 737 Max for the new MS flight sim?

    thanks

    Phil
    Phil will

    #2
    Hasn't even been confirmed.

    EDIT: They've hinted at a MAX in the past, but there has been no official confirmation.
    Justin Paul

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    • HighFlier
      HighFlier commented
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      No its been confirmed. RSR has replied to people, including myself, confirming a Max is in the works. Things can always change but as far as the public is aware the last we knew is a Max is being developed.

    • Tbarker1989
      Tbarker1989 commented
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      I think RSR was hinting at a Max for the NGXu but waiting on the proper time to release due to politics, optics, and Boeing approval. I do not believe it was for MSFS at this time. I am sure there will be one but first they need to release the base NG3 for MSFS.

    #3
    Originally posted by philwil788 View Post
    Hi,

    sorry if it’s found else where in the forums but wondering if there’s any update regarding the 737 Max for the new MS flight sim?

    thanks

    Phil
    Maybe 1st quarter 2023?
    Dan Downs KCRP
    i7-10700K 32GB 3600MHz 2080Ti

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    • Ausflight
      Ausflight commented
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      Or first quarter 2024 lol.

    #4
    That's still a ways away. Remember that RSR would have said there are still ironing out issues with the new sim. So the NG3 (at the time) was over a year away.
    Regards,

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      #5
      Man they haven't even released the NG3 yet you wanna know about the next project? Slow down let them at least get one product out.
      Yoshi Elder

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        #6
        You‘ll never get a release date by PMDG. All you might get is an expected time frame and that‘s always subject to change.
        i7-6700k, GTX 1080TI, 32GB DDR4 RAM @2666MHz, 4k
        Marc Ehnle

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          #7
          Phil-

          I have confirmed a couple of times that MAX is in our product spectrum. The open question on this topic is how to present such a product to the marketplace in a manner that is tasteful and appropriate given the market circumstances surrounding MAX's operational history.

          Once we answer those questions, I will be able to give you a better picture of how that will go...

          Robert S. Randazzo
          PMDG Simulations
          http://www.pmdg.com


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          • Swaluver88
            Swaluver88 commented
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            Follow southwest.
            You have many airlines that are already flying them revenue. Actually today will be smartwings first.
            Think a lot of people in the industry thought that people were gonna be scared to fly on it, however with covid19, and other major events that took place after it and how the media blasted those events out there not many people actually remember the MAXs issues and flies on it.

            I have hope by June or July you will be able to ease it into the sim line up P3D v4.5/p3d v5 and possibly MSFS (if its there for it)

          • 737freak
            737freak commented
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            As a fellow airline professional, believe me when I say that the whole MAX situation is already in the rearview mirror compared to the all-encompasisng situation causes by Covid-19. Compared to that, the MAX is a spec of dust that is on nobody's radar anymore, not even the general public. For us as a 'aviation hobby niche' now would be the perfect time to bring the MAX addon to market now that re-certification done & dusted.

            Kind regards,
            Henk de Vries

          #8
          A Max would defiantly be something cool to see in the simulator and a great addition to the current PMDG 737 fleet of aircraft available.. I would definitely do some Southwest flights in it
          Last edited by Lucas Jackson; 22Feb2021, 19:36.
          Lucas Jackson
          Proud Precision Manuals Development Group User

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