Over on Facebook, Fangzahn Aviation Studios has released a status update for their freeware Zakynthos (LGZA) scenery. The scenery was originally developed for P3D v4. The product was previously not compatible with Prepar3D v5, but a temporary workaround to get the scenery to work was released by the developer. Today, a full update for Zakynthos has been announced.
We know little detail about the update. We know that it will be compatible with Prepar3D v5 and that it will use all of its new features. That means we can expect sloped runways at this airport. The developer has also showcased new satellite imagery for the surrounding area, covering almost 100km².
But before that big update, we can expect a smaller compatibility update for the airport, as there were some troubles with Dynamic Lighting. The installer will also install the scenery directly into the Prepar3Dv5 folder. Testers are needed for this update. If you’re interested, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and PC specs.
Finally, Fangzahn teases another project by another user that has “something to do with the letter X”. You can download LGZA for P3D v4.4+ for free here.