Keep in mind however, the Prepar3D release will be almost identical to that of FSX with the exception of the DC-9 Classic Flight Center. This item has now been incorporated into the Super 80 Classic and Super 80 Professional.
Check out some preview images below.
According to Coolsky, the Prepar3D product line will be “sold as separate products from the FSX versions”. Pricing and upgrade discounts have not yet been finalized.
To review the complete statement and original imagery source, jump to the announcement page via the developers website. If you’d like to learn more about existing Coolsky products, check out the developers product directory for more information.
*Images courtesy of Coolsky.