PMDG Updates 737 Lineup for MSFS
May 19, 2023
As previously announced, PMDG has rolled out a new update to their 737 Lineup for Microsoft Flight Simulator, bringing bug fixes, structural code improvements, and background preparations for the Universal Flight Tablet.
The new update was also submitted to the Marketplace for approval without a release estimate. They also state the intake process is running slower than usual. The full changelog follows down below:
0012284: [Virtual Cockpit - Geometry/Textures] Small hole on VC (vscimone)
0011971: [General - Engines] Handling MSFS inbuilt model for in flight engine restart at high altitudes (emvaos)
0012338: [Main Panel - PFD] Meters Marker remains after deselection (abashkatov)
0011178: [Main Panel - PFD] SINGLE CH Annunciation shown with green frame (abashkatov)
0012358: [FMS/AFDS - LNAV] Custom waypoint off another custom waypoint naming (emvaos)
0011698: [General - Flight Model] AP roll channel revised with emphasis to engine out situations (emvaos)
0012348: [Virtual Cockpit - Geometry/Textures] Typo in VC (vscimone)
0012346: [General - Comms/Navs] Aircraft Type Not Used by MSFS ATC (cbpowell)
The Xbox version of the 737-700 and 737-800 was also submitted for marketplace approval, which might release on either May 25th or June 1st, depending on Microsoft themselves, according to PMDG.
Their DC-6 was also updated, bringing the aforementioned UI updates for compatibility with the Xbox version. The update is now live on both PMDG.com and the in-game Marketplace.
The Universal Flight Tablet is scheduled to enter beta by the end of May, with a release timeframe becoming a possibility soon.
The 737 Lineup and the DC-6 are available on the PMDG Shop and the MSFS Marketplace (partially).
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