Aerosoft has released new screenshots of the upcoming long-haul A330 for Prepar3D.
Aerosoft Project Manager, Mathijs Kok explained: “The graphical work on the A330 is progressing nicely we want to have the A320/A321 out first and have the A318/A319 on the same system status (SP1) as well. So, we are not thinking about dates. But so many of the systems have been done already and so many others are the same as in the smaller busses we do not see major issues at this moment. It’s just a lot of work, not a lot of unexpected surprises.”
“The modelling standard is very high, on the same level as the A318/A319 virtual cockpit. It has been compiled in Prepar3D version 4 with the very latest compilers and the framerates are simply fine. The images are renders from the 3D tools. In the sim that rendering engine smooth things out a bit and generally makes it look better. Keep that in mind.”
He concluded that the price has not been fully set “but should be in the same ballpark as the A318/A319/A320/A321. There will be a modest discount for people who own any of the current busses.”
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The aircraft is scheduled for release this autumn. We will bring you more information when it becomes available.