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    Curious about what PMDG staff are working on ?

    Hello just curious as to what you guys are up to in terms of development for p3d and MSFS? What can you tell us about how easy/hard is it to work on new sim considering SDK is incomplete and plans for p3d v4 and v5? I'm not trying to get you guys to commit to when or what you are working on just curious if you can give us a heads up in a general way of what plans or schedules you have for dev work? Are you guys going to push hard for MSFS release? Or is your priorities on current sims? I have no idea what is appropriate to ask and don't wan't to push devs or marketing in any way just was curious if you could condense previous posts and/or add details?
    James Crutchley, Flight Sim Enthusiast.

    #2
    Lots in DEV and lots in testing! Stay tuned!! You're gonna love all of it!!
    Alex Kulak
    PMDG Studier and flyer

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    • Ausflight
      Ausflight commented
      Editing a comment
      Hope it’s lots of testing in MSFS in pmdg aircraft.

    • Swaluver88
      Swaluver88 commented
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      Thats still in the DEV sections. Nothing else to add

    #3
    They had a post but it’s untagged now.

    they just released the NGXU cargo expansion.
    they are also working on the BBJ for the NGXU as well.

    The 777 is being worked on for V5 and also the 200er seems to be in motion now.

    The NG3 is being worked on as well but according to Robert the work is painstakingly slow due to an unfinished SDK etc.

    GFO is being worked on as well and they hope to invite new users soon to help get things rolling even faster.

    besides that there is an unannounced project that’s been hinted at but we have no info whatsoever.

    think that covers it all.


    https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...look#post73673
    Last edited by Mroberts95; 21Aug2020, 03:04.
    Mark Roberts

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      #4
      And in back going ‘don’t forget us’ are the J41 and DC-6.
      Mike Dryden
      GFO Janitor
      Retrieving lost & abandoned airframes

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        #5
        Originally posted by Mickel View Post
        And in back going ‘don’t forget us’ are the J41 and DC-6.
        The DC-6 will be brought to MSFS, but I'm curious to know whether they'll bring the J41 as well. I've never had the chance to buy it, but if it comes out on MSFS I'd love to fly it 😊
        Giovanni D. Tarar
        FAA CPL+IR Single & Multiengine Land
        I love flying when I'm in a bad mood

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          #6
          I'll be glad to see the DC6 in V5.
          Victor Green

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            #7
            What is being worked on is addressed in every update by RSR, so make sure to read those
            Anton Vind
            CPU: i9-9900K, GPU: RTX 2080 SUPER, RAM: 32 GB DDR4 3600 MHz, Drives: 2 TB SSD

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              #8
              Originally posted by ne0rmatrix View Post
              Hello just curious as to what you guys are up to in terms of development for p3d and MSFS? What can you tell us about how easy/hard is it to work on new sim considering SDK is incomplete and plans for p3d v4 and v5? I'm not trying to get you guys to commit to when or what you are working on just curious if you can give us a heads up in a general way of what plans or schedules you have for dev work? Are you guys going to push hard for MSFS release? Or is your priorities on current sims? I have no idea what is appropriate to ask and don't wan't to push devs or marketing in any way just was curious if you could condense previous posts and/or add details?
              To be honest, i hope they take a long well deserved break and enjoy some family time or go somewhere relaxing.

              Also, helps if you look at the forum posts, as they clearly identify what they do and their plans and timeline.
              Michael Backes
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                #9
                What ever pmdg is working on it takes a while but at the end it’s sure worth it.
                Danny Z.Cebis

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                  #10
                  new LNAV and arinc424 nav data too

                  Mike Teague - p3dv5 - B736 B737 B738 B739 B744 B748

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