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FSElite compiled a list of confirmed 3rd-party developers that are working on MSFS.

https://fselite.net/originals/confirmed-list-of-all-third-party-developers-working-on-microsoft-flight-simulator/

Confirmed developers:

Aircraft

  • PMDG
  • A2A Simulations
  • Aeroplane Heaven
  • DC Designs
  • Just Flight
  • Carenado
  • CGN Dev
  • Aerosoft

Scenery

  • Orbx
  • FSimStudios
  • Flightbeam
  • Gaya Simulations
  • Imaginesim
  • Pilot Experience Sim
  • UK2000 Scenery
  • Verticalsim
  • JustSim
  • TDM Scenery Design
  • MK-Studios
  • Vidan Designs
  • Pacific Island Simulations

Utilities

  • REX Simulations
  • FS2Crew
  • OnAir
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I wonder why there is so a big fuzz about every developer who makes these "announcements". I think the only newsworthy information would be a developer who decides NOT to develop for MSFS. Otherwise I just assume all of them will develop for MSFS if they don't want to go out of business.

The only thing that would interest me is WHAT will they develop and WHEN will it be available. Otherwise it is really not much of an announcement.

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I see Rex Simulations on the list, I honestly don't know how they will improve the default weather,

 


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14 minutes ago, officercrockey said:

The only thing that would interest me is WHAT will they develop and WHEN will it be available.

They mention some planned products on their website (see link above).

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26 minutes ago, MarkW said:

Interesting that FS Dreamteam is not on the list.

On their forum it says that they‘re not sure yet which (not „if“) airports to release for MSFS which I take as a good sign. They also confirm that the SDK isn‘t complete yet.

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1 hour ago, Shack95 said:

On their forum it says that they‘re not sure yet which (not „if“) airports to release for MSFS which I take as a good sign. They also confirm that the SDK isn‘t complete yet.

I am sure everyone will be developing for MFS once the SDK is complete and everyone understands what to do.  Nobody is going to want to miss this.

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I really hope that HiFi Simulations will be doing something with the weather.  At a minimum we need to be able to use historical weather, not just live weather.

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3 hours ago, officercrockey said:

I wonder why there is so a big fuzz about every developer who makes these "announcements".  

Very simple !  For one year, there has been a tiresome  suspicion campaign on this forum and on the P3D forum, from a few dev. and a wanabee dev. to say that FS20 was just a game, made for the console, with no or a crappy SDK and that we would never see our beloved 3rd Party addons on the new plateform.  The same were also saying that we shouldn't expect a release before 2021 at best maybe 2022 and that FS20 would be a flop anyway  because if would never reach a mythical level of 1000 (why 1000, you ask them) of 3rd party addons . 

Thank you @Shack95 .

@Milviz is apparently still sulking in his nick of the wood but let us not desesperate.

2 hours ago, jlund said:

I see Rex Simulations on the list, I honestly don't know how they will improve the default weather,

 

An example. Not everybody is a fan of FS20 cloud textures. Lets see what  Rex can do.  

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12 minutes ago, MarkW said:

I am sure everyone will be developing for MFS once the SDK is complete and everyone understands what to do.  Nobody is going to want to miss this.

Exactly! I am waiting for FlyTampa!


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Dont see qualitywings  or TDI related. Would be awesome to have the new MD11 brought over. And the QW787 will be much better than default. 


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3 hours ago, MarkW said:

Interesting that FS Dreamteam is not on the list.  I suspect its a timing thing.....I really hope we will have GSX in the sim.

From what could be seen from the official videos a great deal of the ground services are already included in MSFS.

Nevertheless there will always be room for improvement, so FSDT will still be in business, I guess.

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1 hour ago, Dominique_K said:

An example. Not everybody is a fan of FS20 cloud textures. Lets see what  Rex can do.  

Does the new cloud system even use textures? I was under the impression that they use an entirely new system via shaders and sprites.


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21 minutes ago, n4gix said:

Does the new cloud system even use textures? I was under the impression that they use an entirely new system via shaders and sprites.

Good point, Bill. I am no specialist here. All I've ever done was ground stuff, nothing in the sky. Maybe @sightseer would know. 

 


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LatinVFR is working for MSFS too (they have been added to FSElite list)

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Hello folks, we received clarification from Microsoft on what we can say about MSFS.

We can therefore say we are working on developing our products in that platform. In the meantime we will also continue with producing scenery for Lockheed Martin Prepar3d.

Later on we will give more details in regards to our MSFS plans, but you can count on LVFR becoming engaged on that sim!

http://www.latinvfr.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=600

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