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I have MSFS Steam Edition and until FS2020 has third party A/C I thought about purchasing Prepare 3D version  5.  I think we are six months to a year away from a more mature FS 2020 as far as third party development.  To me the A/C is everything for realism.  Although I enjoy the scenery enhancements in FS2020.

Most of my Aircraft that I really like has an install for P3D.

 

Thoughts?

 Thanks!

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I could never go back to GA flying in FSX/P3D but I recognise there is a good use of FSX/P3D for airliner flying right now*

* The FBW A320 would give FSX/P3D a run for the money though. The systems are not quite FlightSimLabs or Aerosoft yet but it's ok and the immersion factor makes up for it, for me. 

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Another one of these? Seriously?

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26 minutes ago, Skyseek said:

I have MSFS Steam Edition and until FS2020 has third party A/C I thought about purchasing Prepare 3D version  5.  I think we are six months to a year away from a more mature FS 2020 as far as third party development.  To me the A/C is everything for realism.  Although I enjoy the scenery enhancements in FS2020.

Most of my Aircraft that I really like has an install for P3D.

 

Thoughts?

 Thanks!

You can use whatever you want !  I personally don't care. I can assure you won't be punished for that !LOL

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43 minutes ago, Skyseek said:

I have MSFS Steam Edition and until FS2020 has third party A/C I thought about purchasing Prepare 3D version  5.  I think we are six months to a year away from a more mature FS 2020 as far as third party development.  To me the A/C is everything for realism.  Although I enjoy the scenery enhancements in FS2020.

Most of my Aircraft that I really like has an install for P3D.

 

Thoughts?

 Thanks!

Good for you! But the question is, why the need for the announcement? In need for some support from P3D fans? 😄 

P/S: Currently I am flying on X-Plane with Zibo from EDDK to EVRA and yesterday I have flown on MSFS with FBW320 from EDDB to LIME and yet I didn't make any announcement 😂

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1 hour ago, Skyseek said:

I havI thought about purchasing Prepare 3D version  5.  

 

Thoughts?

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Waste of money. 

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Whatever makes you happy. If P3D is it for the next six months, go for it! 

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1 hour ago, Skyseek said:

I have MSFS Steam Edition and until FS2020 has third party A/C I thought about purchasing Prepare 3D version  5.  I think we are six months to a year away from a more mature FS 2020 as far as third party development.  To me the A/C is everything for realism.  Although I enjoy the scenery enhancements in FS2020.

Most of my Aircraft that I really like has an install for P3D.

 

Thoughts?

 Thanks!

for me its a no brainer. If the aircrafts has an installer for P3DV5 i would buy in a heartbeat.

V5 is way better than v4.

I wiill be flying P3DV5 for years

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Sounds good to me, enjoy yourself. Now time to post over on P3D that I am announcing my hiatus from their sim for the next 6 months until *insert feature* gets up to date.

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I'm never going back to P3D again, no matter how much I miss NGX and no matter how buggy still 2020 is, no way. 

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2 hours ago, Skyseek said:

I have MSFS Steam Edition and until FS2020 has third party A/C I thought about purchasing Prepare 3D version  5

Depends a lot on your video card..  FSX hardly uses it and P3D V5 puts a lot of load on the GPU.


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1 hour ago, RaptyrOne said:

Another one of these? Seriously?

And not the last one! This is just another weekend DRAMA! 😆🤣😂

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I'm going back to...

 

the kitchen, as I need to wash my dinner plate and cutlery.

Just thought I'd let you all know, since it's getting more and more like facebook around here.

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