FSLabs has released their long-awaited update for their Airbus A320 to be compatible with Prepar3D v5. However, this is not the only thing that this update provides us with.
This update is also available for v4 version of this aircraft and it contains new PBR textures, significant improvements in performance, each passenger window is now modelled individually in detail, which enables stunning PBR reflections when flying, there is also animated window blind, which adjusts automatically throughout the flight.
Together with this update, you’ll have to update your liveries as well, as some changes to the aircraft paint kit has been done. (PBR)
If you own the A319-X and A321-X, there is an update for those as well (184.108.40.206) for P3D v4, which share some of the internal workings and code with A320-X. Keep in mind that these are only compatibility updates only, full updates to these products will follow in the coming weeks for v5.
Also, keep in mind that you’ll need to have Prepar3D v5 HF2 for Airbus A320 to be working.
Fix for IR initialization OnAPU and OnEngRun panel states
PERF page wind retrieval logic improvements
TO PERF page now accepts double click for TOW/MACTOW
Fix for payload distribution with low weights
Fix for PDC acknowledge
Various smaller fixes
Fix for BRK RELEASED signal to indicate AUTO BRK loss
Updates for cabin blinds
Approach idle logic fixed
All new PBR models with several improvements and fixes
Cabin blinds logic added
Single yaw damper failure (FAC) now affects LAND 3 FAIL OPERATIONAL (Y HYD LOSS)
LOC Convergence logic added
Runway length units option added
Several logic fixes
Now detects livery changes and suggests P3Dv5 restart (due to LM’s new aircraft list cache logic)
Gear extension limits adjusted properly
Sun elevation angle calculations improved
Timezone logic updated
Tuned external lights
Updated startup radio frequencies
Improvement on COM frequencies logic
PTU sound fixes
PTU sound updates for self test
MECH horn now triggers EXT PWR and Chocks
Improvement on RAT & EMER GEN labeling and button
DCDU now optional
ACP/RMP fonts replaced
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