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PMDG Clarifies NG3 Pricing And NGXu Policy

Started by fsaviator, November 10, 2019, 11:19:32 am

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I know we talked a bit on this at WF2019.  I think I've changed my mind.  Based on an interview, you can end up owning both the P3D4 version and he MSFS2020 version for a combined price of $140.

While I don't anticipate needing the P3D4 version, I do think I'll need the MSFS2020 version as I'll probably run that and the PMDG on my traveling laptop.  The article clearly states you'll own both versions, so it's not a case of one or the other.

Here's the link to the article:

PMDG Clarifies NG3 Pricing And NGXu Policy

Warren "MTN385"
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Trevor Hale

There is also a PMDG flightdeck software in development like (Prosim) and (SimA)

Keeping my eyes out for that. 

Trevor Hale


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