12.6.2024 – 17:27z

FSLabs Confirms That New Plane Will Come to Current MSFS

The team at Flight Sim Labs has been quite silent for the past months, as the last time we heard from the team was when they confirmed their focus shift to Microsoft Flight Simulator. This was approximately a year ago, when Prepar3D v6 was revealed.

Anxiety From Community Rose

In the recent days, people started to get a little bit anxious about the developer’s activity, and a thread asking about FSLabs still developing aircraft was created by a forum user Dean R Fariel. He asked if anybody knew what was going on.

Matt Crick from the FSLabs team replied not long after, and he confirmed that the team is currently focusing on bringing their existing products to the current Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020).

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Another forum member Pascal Wagner then jokingly noted that the FSLabs team might be waiting for the next iteration of Microsoft Flight Simulator (2024), releasing on November 19th. However, Norman from the developer team denied this rumour. This means that the well-renowned Prepar3D products will be coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020).

Despite that, no information on what add-ons are currently FSLabs working on, nor a possible reveal date was mentioned.

The Future of Prepar3D Version of FSLabs Aircraft

FSLabs released almost full A320 family for FSX and Prepar3D, and when Prepar3D was in its golden era not so long ago, the team was constantly updating and improving the series.

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In this latest forum post, the question about Prepar3D support was placed as well. Norman mentioned that while the main development focus remains Microsoft Flight Simulator, Prepar3D customers won’t be left behind. This especially includes bug fixes for the current versions of the A320 Series and Concorde. In addition, the simulator marketplace is being analysed constantly to decide new titles for the old but gold ESP platform.

No further information has been yet shared by FSLabs yet. However, this is some great news for the entire FSLabs fan base, who used their study-level A320 aircraft in Prepar3D and FSX.

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