Fly the Maddog X, What’s Next

Leonardo Software House, the development team behind Fly the Maddog X have posted a new status update concerning ongoing project initiatives. First, release build SP1b352 is expected next week – the update restores cabin lights when using PBR and solves certain DEP/ARR CTD events.  This represents the final cumulative update for all 32-bit platforms as well as Prepar3D 4.2 and … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, MD-83 + MD-88 Expansion Pack, Released

The development team behind Fly the Maddog X have released the MD-83 + MD-88 expansion pack for Prepar3D V4.  Keep in mind, compatibility wise, the expansion pack requires both the base level 64-bit Fly the Maddog X aircraft package as well as the revcent SP1B351 update. With respect to product features, the expansion pack simulates the higher loading capacity and … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, SP1B351 Released

Leonardo Software House, the development team behind Fly the Maddog X, have released the highly anticipated SP1B351 product update for the base level Fly the Maddog X aircraft package.  The update applies to both 32-bit and 64-bit editions. With respect to the 64-bit version, the update includes the addition of several native PBR liveries for Prepar3D V4.4, implementation of the … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, Expansion Pack News + General Update

The Fly the Maddog X development team have posted a new progress update regarding the upcoming MD-83 + MD-88 expansion pack for Prepar3D V4 as well as some other general information. First, release is currently planned for next weekend as testing is almost complete.  The expansion pack will simulate the extended range of the real world MD-83 + MD-88 variants … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, Even More PBR

Just yesterday, the Fly the Maddog X development team posted the first teaser image demonstrating the implementation of PBR materials with regards to the existing aircraft model for Prepar3D V4 – now, the team have posted several additional images including a PBR versus non PBR comparison. According to the developer, “We are so excited of this new PBR feature in … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, PBR Teaser

The Fly the Maddog X development team have posted a new teaser image demonstrating the implementation of native PBR materials with respect to the existing MD-82 aircraft model for Prepar3D V4.  According to a post via Facebook, “As now P3D v4.4 natively supports PBR on materials, we are at work full steam to upgrade our model accordingly (for a free … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, MD-83 + MD-88 Expansion

Following the official release of service pack 1, Leonardo Software House, the developer behind Fly the Maddog X has announced a new payware expansion pack for the 64-bit Prepar3D V4 version.  Specifically, the new expansion will feature both the MD-83 and MD-88 – the current base level package includes only the MD-82 variant.  According to the developer, the expansion pack is already … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, Service Pack 1 Finalized

Back in September, Leonardo Software House, the developer behind Fly the Maddog X released service pack 1 as an open beta to existing customers.  Now, after several months of testing and updates, service pack 1 has been finalized.  According to the developer, ” It features, among the others, a new dynamic failure generator and dynamic engine startup, an automatic livery … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, Service Pack 1, Released

Leonardo Software House, the developer behind Fly the Maddog X, has officially released service pack 1.  Keep in mind, the current update is classified as ‘open beta’ meaning the software is considered stable but not yet finalized. Check out the official release announcement below. After many hundred hours of work, I’m glad to inform this community that Service Pack 1 … Read More

Fly the Maddog X, Service Pack 1, Release Timeline

Leonardo Software House, the developer behind Fly the Maddog X has posted some new information regarding the planned release timeline for service pack 1.  According to the development team, “If everything is ok, the Service Pack 1 will be released as ‘open beta’ at the beginning of the next week.  Stay tuned!”  Obviously, there is always possibly of delay, nonetheless, … Read More

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