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Vancouver+ for FSX status

Saturday, March 24th, 2007

I posted on the Vancouver+ support forum a status update at http://forums.simflight.com/viewforum.php?f=226  By  the way if you want to focus your view into this blog on a particular topic, use a tag, eg. https://jonpatch.wordpress.com/tag/vancouver or https://jonpatch.wordpress.com/tag/development .  See “Categories” on the right-hand panel for tags you can use.

From that post:

  • Holger and I are making good progress on our respective portions and plan to go to beta in few weeks
  • Scot Fraser is doing the configurator/installer (his last contribution was on Glacier Bay)
  • We’ve added some new features for FSX, including the Lion’s Gate Bridge, Pattullo Bridge, Canada Place, CYPK photoscenery, new custom clearcut and other textures, highway traffic, and other bits and pieces
  • This will be a new product, not an FS9 upgrade, so everyone will pay the same price (or close to it), likely the same as the FS9 product
  • Major buildings and bridges converted to new FSX format

Overall, it’s been a large amount of work to convert to FSX, but the result looks great.  Both Holger and I will be betatesters for FSX SP1, so we will ensure full compatibility, although we cannot talk about the beta process.

Stay tuned for more …
 

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  1. Bernie Spanier
    Tuesday, March 27th, 2007 at 4:17 am

    Hi Jon’
    CYVR for FSX is lookig great I’ve updated my PC and will purchase your FSX version as soon as its released….question…I know you guys must be flat out but are you doing a Victoria Plus for FSX as well?

    Cheers
    Bernie, Peth Western Australia

  2. Tuesday, March 27th, 2007 at 7:31 am

    Hi Bernie,

    To be clear the Vancouver+ package we’re currently working on doesn’t include CYVR, it’ll be the default.

    No specific plans no, but I imagine we’ll see a Victoria+ for FSX at some point…

    Thanks for checking in!

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