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    777X

    The 777X is expected to enter service in 2025. It would be very cool for PMDG to launch a version at the same time they start flying for airlines.

    Just a thought πŸ˜‰
    Ben Briscoe

    #2
    Originally posted by BWBriscoe View Post
    The 777X is expected to enter service in 2025. It would be very cool for PMDG to launch a version at the same time they start flying for airlines.

    Just a thought πŸ˜‰
    I would like to see this happen too -- maybe even sooner than 2025.

    The panel for the 777X series is very similar to the panel for the 787 -- hint hintπŸ™‚.

    Mike

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    • odinnholm
      odinnholm commented
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      No replica thank you. I think we've already tried that with Captainsim..

      Just do it 1:1 like the previous for older sims.

    #3
    Originally posted by BWBriscoe View Post
    The 777X is expected to enter service in 2025. It would be very cool for PMDG to launch a version at the same time they start flying for airlines.
    So how do they get the flight dynamics and the performance for an airplane that hasn't been certified yet.
    Captain Kevin

    Kevin Yang

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    • JWarner32
      JWarner32 commented
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      Don't get mad lol It's just an inquiry from an excited person.

    • Captain Kevin
      Captain Kevin commented
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      I'm not mad, I was asking a serious question.

    #4
    Kevin-

    Same way we are getting them for Max.

    777X is definitely in the plan. We have some strong backing from the manufacturer in that regard as well.

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


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    • vadriver
      vadriver commented
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      can i mention the A35K ........

    • Killer_Klient
      Killer_Klient commented
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      Only if it comes with the Qatar paint flaking livery

    • scudflip
      scudflip commented
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      Can I give this 1 million likes

    #5
    Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
    777X is definitely in the plan. We have some strong backing from the manufacturer in that regard as well.
    Excellent news!
    Mike

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      #6
      Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
      Kevin-

      Same way we are getting them for Max.

      777X is definitely in the plan. We have some strong backing from the manufacturer in that regard as well.
      Wow! This is excellent news!! 😁
      Ben Briscoe

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        #7
        When the 744? It was so good in P3D that it's a real pity it's not out yet for MSFS...
        James Goggi

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        • EasternT3
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          Aircraft do take time to develop...

        • vadriver
          vadriver commented
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          what's the pity ???

        #8
        Originally posted by rsrandazzo View Post
        Kevin-

        777X is definitely in the plan.
        Yeeeees!!!!!!
        Raphael ChacΓ³n

        PMDG #431793 #371950 #333135 #332876 #292207 #280217 #247845 #206809 #178218 #171813

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          #9
          Wow this is awesome. PMDG has their hands full. I Love PMDG. been buying their products since FSX days and love the 737 in MSFS. It's crazy all these addons coming to light...TFDI MD-11, PMDG 777 / 747 / 777X / 737MAX, Synaptic Simulations A220, Bluebird Simulations 757, Aerosoft A330, FSLabs A330 / A320neo / A321, Fenix Simulations A320 IAE Sharklets....with all these arising Payares, i was wondering if PMDG will be able to do a 767? PMDG did not confirm a 757 but had a secret project and had a 757 model in background on a post months back. I'm really hoping it's a 767-300...MSFS is in desperate need of one since the above mentioned there is no dev currently making a 767. The 767 Beast!!!......




          thank you for all you do PMDG
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          Chris "KoaWood"
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            #10
            Originally posted by jgoggi View Post
            When the 744? It was so good in P3D that it's a real pity it's not out yet for MSFS...
            James, they did say they were doing the 737 first, then the 777, followed by the 747, so it shouldn't be a surprise that it isn't out yet, given that the 737-900 series hasn't even been released yet.
            Captain Kevin

            Kevin Yang

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              #11
              Originally posted by Captain Kevin View Post
              James, they did say they were doing the 737 first, then the 777, followed by the 747, so it shouldn't be a surprise that it isn't out yet, given that the 737-900 series hasn't even been released yet.
              Unless I was mistaken,

              isn't it the 777, MAX, then 747?
              Regards,

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                #12
                Originally posted by aviator268 View Post
                Unless I was mistaken,

                isn't it the 777, MAX, then 747?
                Last I recall, the MAX was in the works, but no timeline given for it yet.
                Captain Kevin

                Kevin Yang

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                  #13
                  rsrandazzo Please also develop the PMDG Boeing 777X for P3D V4/V5 as well, if possible. We still have users in these sims, and other developers completely left P3D behind, because of financial reasons. PMDG was always the best Boeing developer for FSX and P3D, since the early times, and it would be a shame, if we wouldn't get the latest planes on the market from real life. Some people didn't switch, as they don't want to spend the whole money again for a new sim, as they already have too many AddOns, and if you would at least get us the PMDG 777X and the Boeing 737 Max, as your last developments for P3D, it would be great, as we won't recieve any new planes in the future, and would be up to date with our planes. Especially for Ultra Longhaul flights, and the new 737 Max routes. I know the financial potencial is not that good anymore in P3D, but you would make the users which are still there happy with these 2 new planes, as we really need them, and these planes will also be our future.

                  Regards,​
                  Kevin Neumann

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                  • CoyoteLoco
                    CoyoteLoco commented
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                    I agree with you Kevin. I do not plan to leave P3D for MSFS. I have never found where I can have a smooth scroll in the cockpit...just snap to gauges and window views. Smooth scrolling is probably there but they made it nearly impossible to find.

                    Dana Wiles

                  • VBHB
                    VBHB commented
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                    If you still can't run MSFS smoothly it's operator error. And don't waste time on P3D thanks PMDG.

                  • CoyoteLoco
                    CoyoteLoco commented
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                    VBHB You need to read the actual comment. It runs smoothly but the VC, I find, doesn't. It's operator error because I really don't care about it. If they want "snap to" VC then have fun with that. I like a smooth scrolling VC. And you're pretty freaking selfish if you want PMDG to drop P3D. I'm not asking them to drop MSFS. People are lame.

                    I hear all this complaining about ASOBO and how things aren't working correctly. Guess what...my P3D works great.
                    Last edited by CoyoteLoco; 03Dec2022, 20:40. Reason: Additional thought.

                  #14
                  Originally posted by Fireblaster_Kev View Post
                  rsrandazzo Please also develop the PMDG Boeing 777X for P3D V4/V5 as well, if possible. We still have users in these sims, and other developers completely left P3D behind, because of financial reasons. PMDG was always the best Boeing developer for FSX and P3D, since the early times, and it would be a shame, if we wouldn't get the latest planes on the market from real life. Some people didn't switch, as they don't want to spend the whole money again for a new sim, as they already have too many AddOns, and if you would at least get us the PMDG 777X and the Boeing 737 Max, as your last developments for P3D, it would be great, as we won't recieve any new planes in the future, and would be up to date with our planes. Especially for Ultra Longhaul flights, and the new 737 Max routes. I know the financial potencial is not that good anymore in P3D, but you would make the users which are still there happy with these 2 new planes, as we really need them, and these planes will also be our future.

                  Regards,​
                  Even if we wanted to switch, we couldn't, because we spent hundreds maybe thousands of Euros/Dollars into P3D, and if we would switch we would loose all that money and AddOns. There are still some people left behind, which stayed with PMDG bravely, and even if we don't get any new planes for P3D it doesn't matter, but at least the PMDG 777X would be nice, or maybe the PMDG 737 Max, as we already have the NGXu and the 777, and this would finish the sim and the series of these planes. In RL the 777X and the 737 Max will be our future, so it would be great to have at least these amazing planes.
                  Kevin Neumann

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                  • JBDBOW1970
                    JBDBOW1970 commented
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                    Well how do you think us folks that were still using FSX (now MSFS) feel about developers moving on to P3D v4 8 years ago who have spent $$$ on that platform? They have moved on to the next best thing and will move on from MSFS (2020) when the next best thing or should I say the next money maker comes out. Thats reality..

                    James B.
                    Last edited by JBDBOW1970; 05Dec2022, 03:28.

                  #15
                  Truth be told, I honestly do not see PMDG supporting P3D much anymore or bringing anymore new products. Like RSR said last time, P3D will not be profitable in the long run anymore compared to MSFS and as a company who is trying to make money in order to be able to keep producing new products and updates. I honestly do not see it happening but hope to be wrong.
                  Sergio Gutierrez

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