PMDG Updates 737 Lineup for MSFS
November 3, 2022
PMDG has recently updated their current 737 lineup (600/700/800) to version 3.00.0044 for Microsoft Flight Simulator, marking the 10th update since the original release in early May, an average of one update every 18 days.
The update focuses on control law and stability, ensuring proper management of atmospheric instabilities that may occur mid-flight. The complete changelog follows down below:
0011898: [Systems - Hydraulic] EDP Low Pressure lights come on to late in start (rsrandazzo)
0012029: [AFDS - Pitch Modes] Level change down : provision for FS atmoshpere "bursts" pumping pitch up/down (emvaos)
0012002: [Virtual Cockpit - Geometry/Textures] VC Clipping and assorted finds (vscimone)
0010744: [FMS - Route/Legs Pages] Wrapping ETA and time differences around 0000z (emvaos)
0012006: [FMS/AFDS - VNAV] CRZ phase revival even within geometric descent (emvaos)
0011655: [AFDS - Thrust Modes] Provisions and refinement of A/T speed mode in SU10+ turbulence (emvaos)
0010628: [AFDS - Thrust Modes] New AT SPD mode system (emvaos)
0012005: [External Model - Geometry] Cabin lighting tone down needed after SU10? (jbrown)
0011992: [External Model - Geometry] Pilots not shown on extenral view (jbrown)
0011993: [AFDS - Pitch Modes] Oscilattions when using V/S for descent. (emvaos)
0011996: [Virtual Cockpit - Geometry/Textures] Small fap on the ceiling of VC, (vscimone)
0011976: [Virtual Cockpit - Geometry/Textures] VC Vertices cleanup (vscimone)
additiona: provisions for stability with known SU11 changes.
On the update announcement thread, Robert Randazzo from PMDG mentioned they were progressing further into the -900 development, which should enter testing a week from Friday. The long-awaited tablet enters testing next week.
The 737 lineup is available on the PMDG Shop for $34.99 (737-600) and $69.99 (737-700 and 737-800, individually).
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