Flight Sim Labs has asked for “just a little more patience” after announcing that they have had to delay the release of an update for their A320-X for P3D V4!
In a post to their Facebook page, they wrote: “I was going to be very happy to announce that today would have been the day we’d have made live our latest A320-X update release for Prepar3D v4. Instead, I’m going to ask for “just a little more patience” and apologize in advance, because I am not (yet) at liberty to say why this update will have to wait for a few more days. The delay is necessary and outside of our control – those of you who can connect the dots will do so very soon, I am sure!”
The statement continued: “We are all quite aware that this is a very anticipated release and the excitement is real around the Labs as well! There is good reason for this: The upcoming A320-X update carries several logic, performance and stability improvements, but it also allows us to showcase some entirely new and, if we may say so, very powerful dynamic effects capabilities in Prepar3D v4 that we’ve developed in the past months that are “truly never seen before” ™.
I’d like this excitement to become contagious, so I will not say much more. However, as a way of saying “thank you” for your continued patience, I’d like to share what is included in this upcoming update, as well as a few news tidbits about our upcoming releases.”
The statement also talked about the Concorde X: “Your voice has come through loud and clear! We were already quite convinced that the Concorde-X is very well embraced and loved by our customers, but now we’re even more convinced that you’ve embraced and will support us with production of a new version of the Concorde-X, this time for Prepar3D v4. We wish to focus on redesigning the interior as well as add some missing functionality, but plans on this are still very fluid and can change. Suffice it to say, however, that we have heard you and share your passion for this iconic aircraft!”
For more information and to read the full statement click here