TOGA Shares Envplus Details

A Prepar3D developer, TOGA, responsible for visual and enhancement add-ons, namely Envtex and Envshade, shared some information about Envplus. The developer shared this information through their website.

Envplus is going to bring more advanced options than what is currently available. The users will be able to customize for example simulator tint, clouds saturation, precipitation and much more. Moreover, you’ll be able to customize all the shaders without any pre-configured limit.

Probably the most notable feature Envplus is going to bring is the customization of so-called TrueSky atmospherics. The community rumoured about this feature way before the developer announced this product.


  • 2 supported simulators
    • Prepar3D v5.3 and above
    • Prepar3D v4.5 HF3
  • Friendly user interface
    • Full integration in the new common user interface for a quick access to all your TOGA products​​
  • Envtex Plus
    • Ability to manually change sun and moon size​
    • Customizable precipitation effects
    • Ability to add auroras to custom locations (will be added in a patch)​
  • Envshade Plus
    • Multiple user friendly adjustable values for shaders
    • Live shader changes​
  • Envsound Plus
    • Ability to add sounds to custom locations (will be added in a patch)​
  • Envplus configuration
    • Enhanced EA clouds
    • Editable EA clouds configuration (will be added in a patch)
    • Editable P3D configuration file

Envplus is going to support both Prepar3D v5.3 and Prepar3D v4.5. The developer said that the product might release in the coming weeks. TOGA also shared some more information on the product page here.

If you’d like to learn more about TOGA Projects, you can check out our other article here.

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