Why Switch to Prepar3D?
Back in 2010 Lockheed Martin announced Prepar3D, a new flight simulation based on Microsoft's ESP source code, essentially creating a simulation platform equivalent to Flight Simulator X SP2. Since then, Lockheed has steadily improved Prepar3D to the point where it offers significant advantages over Fight Simulator.
Prepar3D is a flight simulation is available at prepar3d.com and is backward compatible with most Flight Simulator X addons.
- Most Flight Simulator X addons work great since Prepar3D is kept backward compatible.
- New top quality stock aircraft: Alabeo Extra 300s,
Beechcraft Baron 58,
Beechcraft Bonanza A-36,
Beechcraft King Air 350,
Beechcraft T-6 Texan,
Carenado Commander 114,
Lockheed C-69 Constellation,
Lockheed Electra 10A,
Lockheed Martin F-16,
Lockheed Martin C-130, Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor,
Lockheed Martin F-35,
Lockheed P-38 Lightning,
Maule M7 260C,
Sikorsky H-60 Black Hawk and Battlehawk.
- Bugs and shortcomings from the FSX era have been fixed.
- Improved texture rendering and autogen, enhanced graphics and lighting using shader model 3.0, Windows 7+ compatability, improved user interface, better multi monitor support, multi-player options, new aircraft, scenery areas and other addons.
- Continued development with regular updates and supported by Lockheed Martin.
- Strong community interaction between third-party developers, the public and Lockeed.
- Support for modern CPUs and GPUs including DirectX 11.
- SDKs provide a ton of potential for third-party addon development.
Addit! Pro For Prepar3D
When you do move forward, be sure to check out the new Addit! Pro designed for Prepar3D. It offers all of the robust addon management expertise from past versions and fully supports Lockheed Martin Prepar3D.