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Milton Waddams

Concorde X P3D v4 news?

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Is there any news regarding the P3D v4 version of the Concorde? I'd post this on their Concorde forum but as I do not own it, I cannot post there.

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I'd love to know the answer to this as well -- this would be an instant buy for me. I never even thought seriously about the FSX version due to its very well-known VAS issues, which are now joyfully moot in v4.

James

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I am almost certain that Ray Proudfoot will have asked FSLabs this question at the Cosford 2017 Flightsim Show, so......over to you, Ray :smile:

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22 minutes ago, honanhal said:

I'd love to know the answer to this as well -- this would be an instant buy for me. I never even thought seriously about the FSX version due to its very well-known VAS issues, which are now joyfully moot in v4.

James

Same here, I'd absolutely love to fly it to complement the upcoming Milviz SR-71 but I just can't see myself spending $70 just to have it in a "dead" sim.

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19 minutes ago, Christopher Low said:

I am almost certain that Ray Proudfoot will have asked FSLabs this question at the Cosford 2017 Flightsim Show, so......over to you, Ray :smile:

This is who I'm hoping will reply, if anyone has an answer, it's him!

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As far as I can understand, they're considering it and examining if even can be done. But it's on the backburner.

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Just now, Anders Bermann said:

As far as I can understand, they're considering it and examining if even can be done. But it's on the backburner.

I've heard that as well, that was a while ago and if I remember correctly, they said that they'd have a better idea once the A320 was ported.

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3 minutes ago, Milton Waddams said:

I've heard that as well, that was a while ago and if I remember correctly, they said that they'd have a better idea once the A320 was ported.

Indeed. Let's see what the coming months have to say... I'm sure, they'll give an answer as soon as possible. I must admit, though, that they weren't sounding optimistic regarding the possibility of being able to port it to Prepar3D v3/v4. 

But we'll see I guess... 

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1 minute ago, Anders Bermann said:

that they weren't sounding optimistic regarding the possibility of being able to port it to Prepar3D v3/v4. 

That's what really worries me, that they'll not have time for it with the A319, A321, Sharklets, and presumably the A330'taking up all of their time leaving no time for a Concorde port.

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Lefteris had this to say in an exchange with Ray on the forums after the Cosford show: "... we do always hope for the best, but there's no timeline on when the Concorde-X for P3Dv4 will be receiving attention, for reasons explained many times before." 

There are many things to be done A320 family-wise first, so I wouldn't get my hopes up for quite a while.

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12 minutes ago, SierraDelta said:

Lefteris had this to say in an exchange with Ray on the forums after the Cosford show: "... we do always hope for the best, but there's no timeline on when the Concorde-X for P3Dv4 will be receiving attention, for reasons explained many times before." 

There are many things to be done A320 family-wise first, so I wouldn't get my hopes up for quite a while.

That stinks.

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Can't you give them at least a few days off before working on the next project?

 

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1 hour ago, Milton Waddams said:

That stinks.

The A320 is study level for a reason - they can sell profitable commercial licences for training.

Not so with concorde, for obvious reasons :(

Simple economics is driving this...

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19 minutes ago, kevinfirth said:

Simple economics is driving this...

I think you're right about that assumption.

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