Prepar3D v5

An exclusive interview with Lockheed Martin on Prepar3D v5

A new trueSKY weather engine introduces dynamic volumetric clouds and different forms of precipitation.

The launch of Prepar3D (P3D) v4 marked a major milestone for the ESP platform. Not only did it introduce new features such as dynamic lighting, improved autogen and enhanced weather effects, its 64-bit architecture propelled Prepar3D to the next level. Since then the platform has evolved at a steady pace with new features and fixes continually being added. With Prepar3D v5 on the horizon, we decided to speak to the development team at Lockheed Martin, including commercial development lead, Rob McCarthy (RM), and engineering project managers, Chris Metel (CM) and Adam Breed (AB) to find out more.

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