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737 Immersion update released.

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  • AndreH
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    It may seem like it isn't worth it if you sit in the cockpit all the time, but then you fly through clouds at night and see how volumetric lights play on the clouds and you think 'I'm glad I got this!'

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  • Joan Alonso
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    I own it, the external effects are great, vortex, condensation, fuselage rain drops... Volumetric lights are also great but only the fixed ones, the strobes for example does not follow the wingflex correctly. The srobes are also a bit buggy as do not flash every time they should. I submitted a ticket and it seems they are looking into it. I have only some external effects active and St.Elmo’s fire (in fact I only did buy it for Elmo’s effect), but overall a good product with some bugs that may be corrected in future updates.

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  • Artur
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    Originally posted by Aeromar View Post
    I think nobody is answering as per what the OP asked. If you, like me, wouldn't care if the NGXu didn't even have an external model at all, because you always sit in the cockpit, then I don't think it's worth it. All it does is add a few .FX that weren't included by PMDG. Mostly condensation, spray and engine start effects.
    Absolutely agree, although volumetric landing lights would be nice, but not worth to buy whole package just for this effect.

    Artur Pomajda

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  • Aeromar
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    I think nobody is answering as per what the OP asked. If you, like me, wouldn't care if the NGXu didn't even have an external model at all, because you always sit in the cockpit, then I don't think it's worth it. All it does is add a few .FX that weren't included by PMDG. Mostly condensation, spray and engine start effects.

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  • Vieira12
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    Originally posted by Lanica View Post
    I've been considering this product. If anyone has it I would like to hear your opinion. Does it enhance the landing and taxi lighting as seen from the cockpit?
    It’s a must

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  • ep3man
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    Although it looks good from all I've seen, I don't have it. I'm still not sure if it's worth the money until/unless the P3D replay options become fully functional with addon aircraft. I probably wouldn't get much value out of it until then.

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  • Lanica
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    I've been considering this product. If anyone has it I would like to hear your opinion. Does it enhance the landing and taxi lighting as seen from the cockpit?

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  • Wise87
    started a topic 737 Immersion update released.

    737 Immersion update released.

    737 Immersion V2 now updated to support the PMDG 737 NGXu CARGO and BBJ expansions!
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