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  1. I can't see much difference, but maybe that's my fault? On their Facebook page, Black Box Simulation has revealed some enticing pictures of their remodelled glareshield/FCU panel in the A340 which is to be included in the v0.90 update. The team has been hard at work remodelling the entire virtual cockpit structure and the work certainly appears to be paying off bringing the cockpit to much more accurately resemble its real-world counterpart. I’ll let the previews above and below speak for themselves. Black Box Simulation has stated that they are working hard to get the update out as soon as possible. They’re aiming to release it in the 1st quarter of 2019. We’ll endeavour to let you know if any new updates or previews surface. You can check out the previous set of previews here. BEFORE AFTER SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/previews/new-black-box-simulation-vc-structure-previews/
  2. Following a recent v0.90 update information announcement, over on their Facebook page, Black Box Simulation has shared a preview of their A320neo variant to be included in that update. In this single preview, BBS is showing off their A320neo variant painted in their own custom house livery in Prepar3D v4. It is to also be compatible with FSX and Prepar3D v3. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. Black Box Simulation stated that they are working hard to get the update out as soon as possible. They’re aiming to release it in the 1st quarter of 2019. We’ll endeavour to let you know if any new updates or previews surface. You can view the full v0.90 update information article here. SOURCE INFO DEVELOPER POST LINK : NEWS SITE ARTICLE LINK : https://fselite.net/previews/black-box-simulation-previews-a320neo-in-prepar3d-v4/
  3. Black Box Simulations Preview Upcoming A321 NEO It seems that Black Box Simulations has been on a roll recently with new aircraft, having previewed their upcoming A330 NEO just a few weeks ago. This time around, it’s the A321 getting the NEO treatment with the NEO LR coming as well for those keen on doing transatlantic flights in an A321. SOURCE INFO https://fselite.net/previews/black-box-simulations-preview-upcoming-a321-neo/
  4. Black Box Simulations Preview A330neo Black Box Simulations recently published, in their facebook group, a screenshot of their work-in-progress A330-800 neo. The caption to the screenshot also speaks of an A330-900 neo, A340-200 and A340-500 aircraft in the works. They have said that these 4 new long-haul aircraft are to be included in the ‘Airbus Widebody Family v0.90’ package and is set to release ‘2018’. So, no release date as of yet and no words on any new pricing, but we will keep you posted with the latest updates as we get them. SOURCE INFO https://www.facebook.com/groups/1608114169472923/ https://fselite.net/previews/black-box-simulations-preview-a330neo/
  5. Black Box Simulations has released some more previews of their upcoming Britten-Norman Islander product. The Islander is a light utility aircraft, regional airline and cargo aircraft built in the 1960s by Britten-Norman; a United Kingdom-based aircraft manufacturer. Black Box Simulations has really captured the fundamental details of the aircraft with the following liveries being included in the official release (and one blank livery): Furthermore, the team also showcased some more interior shots of the aircraft. The aircraft clearly has four different panel colours (black, blue, grey and a lighter shade of grey). The texture resolution on the cockpit itself is also very nice and should help to see the instruments in clear detail even if you are not zoomed into them. A modelled cabin has also been produced (though mind you look where you are flying should you want to sit there). Here are some previews of the interior: No official price has been announced yet although the team are looking at a price tag of around 30 euros. We also got in touch with them and the product will be released for FSX, FSX Steam Edition, Prepar3D v3 and Prepar3D v4. For more information, check out the team’s Facebook post. LINK TO SOURCE: https://fselite.net/news/black-box-simulations-bn-2-islander-previews/
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