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    Active Sky Next SP2 Released


    Active Sky Next has released SP2 for FSX, FSX:SE and P3D 2.5

    Active Sky Next is a full-featured weather simulation engine from HiFi Technologies that incorporates unique high-fidelity features including realistic radar, smooth weather changes, cloud-synchronized ambient effects, microbursts, wind shear, wake turbulence, vertical air simulation, terrain-based draft effects, third-party integration, high-resolution weather data, historical data access and much, much more.

    This new SP2© service pack provides many enhancements, fixes, and new compatibility with later P3D versions as well as FSX:SE. With SP2, we've raised the bar even further in high-fidelity weather simulation.


    New Features:

    ·         Even Higher Performance
    A completely re-designed ASConnect interface with new radar data communication routines is optimized in native C++ code and fine tuned for the best possible performance on all kinds of PCs and configurations


    ·         New Compatibility with New Simulator Versions
    Prepar3D v2.5 (with latest hotfixes) and FSX:Steam Edition are now supported

    ·         Improved Stability

    From installation, configuration, automatic checks, to normal and extreme usage, improved stability across the board

    ·         Miscellaneous enhancements and fixes

    Improved tcp/ip comms, improved effects logic, turbulence adjustments, visibility adjustments and more - See the changelog below!


    Want to try ASN SP2? Even if you've tried ASN before, they are resetting all trial licenses for SP2. Try ASN SP2 (fully functional) FREE for 7 days!


    To download or obtain the full changelog and further information about Active Sky Next SP2C, please visit the Active Sky Next Website.

    IMPORTANT: P3D v2.4 IS NOT COMPATIBLE WITH ASN SP2C. To use P3D v2.4 with ASN, please use our SP1B version available from our downloads page.


    A special thanks goes out to all our customers, supporters, staff, developers, private beta team, and all OPEN BETA participants who helped us to get SP2C ready for official release.

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