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    X-Plane 11 please?

    It has been a while since anything has been said about the DC-6 in X-Plane 11. On June 13th 2018 you said that it would be updated for X-Plane 11 but you've been pretty quiet about it since then.

    Tim Rosander

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    Originally posted by 09tir98 View Post
    It has been a while since anything has been said about the DC-6 in X-Plane 11. On June 13th 2018 you said that it would be updated for X-Plane 11 but you've been pretty quiet about it since then.
    In fairness, we have previously stated the following:

    PMDG DC-6 Updates:
    We are having some discussion internally about PBR updates for the DC-6 product line, and also about updating the DC-6 to X-Plane 11 a bit later this year. No real firm timelines on any of this just yet- but I wanted you to know it is being discussed.
    https://forum.pmdg.com/forum/main-fo...s-and-7s-oh-my
    Kyle Rodgers
    PMDG Simulations

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      #3
      Oh Kyle,
      I love these old planes and that's why I'm sad that the DC-6 doesn't exist yet for x-plane 11. I bought this machine for x-plane 10, but meanwhile I fly with x-plane 11 for a long time. Please do not wait for X-plane 12.
      best regards
      Josef Messing

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        #4
        I’m a bit behind the eight ball. I’d like to take advantage of the current sale and the only plane I do not have is the DC-6 for XPLANE. However, if I’m understanding it correctly the current version will only work in XPlane 10 and not 11: is that correct?
        R. Will Thomas
        KMDT - Flight Sim 1998 to Present
        P3D, X-Plane, FSX
        J41, MD-11, 737, 747, 777, DC-6 [All versions of each aircraft]

        Fly Virtual (flyvirtual.net)
        USAF Veteran [Aircraft Electrician / Egress Tech]

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          #5
          Originally posted by PC Pilot View Post
          I’m a bit behind the eight ball. I’d like to take advantage of the current sale and the only plane I do not have is the DC-6 for XPLANE. However, if I’m understanding it correctly the current version will only work in XPlane 10 and not 11: is that correct?
          Correct. Xplane 10 only
          Chris Makris (Olympic260)
          PMDG Technical Support
          http://www.pmdg.com

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            #6
            Thanks, Chris
            R. Will Thomas
            KMDT - Flight Sim 1998 to Present
            P3D, X-Plane, FSX
            J41, MD-11, 737, 747, 777, DC-6 [All versions of each aircraft]

            Fly Virtual (flyvirtual.net)
            USAF Veteran [Aircraft Electrician / Egress Tech]

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