XPRealistic Showcases Improved Turbulence Effect

Friday, May 29, 2020

Developer XPRealistic has demonstrated a new turbulence effect for their upcoming version two of XPRealistic Pro. Posted on Facebook, a short 30 second video showed the default Cessna 172 encountering new turbulence effects.

Video available at https://www.facebook.com/XPRealistic/videos/693402504780498/

According to forum posts, a beta release of version two will happen in July, and XPRealistic provided a checklist of upcoming features and development phases:

  • Preparations for standalone plugin
  • Software architecture / design
  • XPR core implementation
  • Aircraft profiles
  • User settings
  • X-Camera compatibility
  • User Interface (UI)
  • Existing effects migration
  • Helicopter initial effects
  • Seaplane effects
  • Migration of new effects
  • Helicopter initial effects
  • Renewed / improved sounds
  • TrackIR compatibility
  • 3rd parties compatibility tests
  • Beta
  • Release
  • New features (ongoing development) 🎉

Threshold’s podcast Inflight recently sat down with Roy Kro of XPRealistic and took a deep dive into what’s coming in version two. That episode can be listened to here. Previous articles about XPRealistic can be found here, and the original Facebook post can be found here.

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