Today acclaimed developer PMDG revealed the first three of a new series of videos dedicated to its massively anticipated Boeing 737-700 for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The first video, narrated by PMDG CEO Robert Randazzo, focuses on an introduction of the product and the series.
The second introduces the PMDG Operations Center and the installation process, on top of the first run of the aircraft, which can stay on the loading screen for a long time as it’s usual with aircraft of this complexity. Subsequent launches will be much faster.
The third video focuses on the installation of liveries and provides a glimpse of some that will be available at launch.
The fourth video shows more of the aircraft and discusses post-launch plans.
Do keep in mind that the aircraft will first launch on PC and then the plan is to port it to Xbox down the line, but it may take quite some time. A release date and pricing information have not been announced just yet.
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