Prepar3D v6 Released by Lockheed Martin

In the evolving world of flight simulation, Lockheed Martin has once again stepped up its game with the release of Prepar3D v6. This next-generation simulator incorporates a host of groundbreaking features, enhancing every aspect of the virtual flight experience. From realistic lighting and atmospheric models to improved airports and an optimized update process, Prepar3D v6 has redefined the standards of visual simulation platforms. In this article, we delve deep into the details of the new release, its compatibility with add-ons, its comparison with Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, and much more.

From groundbreaking updates to atmospheric modeling and weather conditions to a complete overhaul of the lighting system, Prepar3D v6 takes realism and fidelity to unprecedented heights. Designed to cater to a wide range of simulation needs, version 6 is versatile enough to create training scenarios across aviation, maritime, and ground domains, thereby making it an invaluable tool for professionals, academics, and simulation enthusiasts alike.

Official Lockheed Martin screenshot with the new Prepar3D v6 logo in the foreground.

In addition to its cutting-edge features, this latest release offers a streamlined update process, an enhanced flight planner, and significant improvements in default content including global airport data, building placements, and textures. The simulator maintains its compatibility with a wide array of add-ons, potentially requiring minor tweaks for optimum performance.

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Through the course of this article, we delve deeper into what Prepar3D v6 brings to the table, highlighting its new features, detailing its add-ons compatibility, and discussing its pricing and licensing options.

Announcement Trailer Video

Before you dive into the content below, take a minute to watch the official trailer video released by Lockheed Martin.

Groundbreaking New Features

Lockheed Martin has truly raised the bar with Prepar3D v6, offering an impressive array of innovative features. The atmospheric system has undergone a complete overhaul, providing highly detailed volumetric clouds, atmospheric scattering, and diverse weather conditions. This commitment to creating immersive environments extends to improved lighting, which makes surroundings more lifelike than ever before.

Volumetric clouds in the latest version.

Reflecting Lockheed Martin's emphasis on realism, this latest version introduces a groundbreaking reactive environment feature. With this, weather conditions directly impact the environment with features like precipitation accumulation, including rain and snow on various surfaces and objects. These surfaces and objects also support reflective properties, further enhancing the immersive quality of the simulator.

The simulator now also boasts new rendering features, including screen space ambient occlusion (SSAO) and temporal anti-aliasing (TAA). These upgrades enhance the graphic detail of objects and shadows, leading to a more visually striking experience.

Another example of the stunning volumetric cloud layers and weather.

Prepar3D v6 has also prioritized enhancing the quality of airports in response to user feedback. Now, airports feature higher detail models, surfaces, and objects. The update process has been streamlined, ensuring quick, hassle-free updates without the need to manually uninstall components.

Finally, the global data across airports, cities, bridges, and more has been updated, reflecting the latest real-world changes and adding to the simulator's authenticity.

Puddle effects on the ground with the new weather systems.

Key Features Drilldown

v6 boasts an impressive array of enhancements, additions, and updates, making it the most sophisticated version of the simulator to date. Here are some of the key features:

  • Atmospherics and Clouds: The simulator features updated volumetric clouds and a new atmospherics system that brings improved visuals and performance. It also supports multiple weather stations.
  • Physically Based and HDR Lighting: The updated lighting system supports a greater dynamic range, bounce lighting, and enhanced visual quality.
  • Overhauled Update Process: Users will benefit from automatic update notifications, patch support, and an installation process that no longer requires uninstalling components before updating.
  • New Graphics Features: Enhancements include improved edge blending with Temporal Antialiasing (TAA), improved shadow detail with Screen Space Ambient Occlusion (SSAO), and support for planar reflections on wet surfaces.
  • Physical Properties in Cameras: Cameras in Prepar3D v6 now support physical properties including aperture, shutter speed, and ISO settings, adding to the realism of the experience.
  • Enhanced Flight Planner: The updated flight planner now allows for the addition of SIDS and STARS to flight plans.
  • Precipitation Accumulation and Evaporation: Weather conditions react to surfaces with the addition of precipitation accumulation and evaporation.
  • Custom Weather Themes: Custom weather themes can now be saved and loaded in the Weather Settings UI.
  • Improved Visuals: The new update has seen improvements in the primitive drawing object visuals, including material support and the addition of pyramid and cone objects.
  • Updated SimDirector UI: The user interface of SimDirector has been updated, bringing in a more modern and user-friendly experience.
  • New Debriefing Features: DebriefAction has been added to provide debrief messages to scenarios. These, along with goals, can now be displayed on the Flight Analysis screen.
  • New Content: There is a wealth of new and updated content in Prepar3D v6, including updated global airport data, improved land class terrain texture detail, added precipitation effects to airport surfaces and objects, and a slew of improved textures and updated models.

These improvements, enhancements, and additions to Prepar3D v6 serve to increase its fidelity, realism, and user experience, further solidifying its place as a world-class simulation platform.

Wingman fighter jet scenario mode.

The Power Behind the Prepar3D v6: The New SDK

The Software Development Kit (SDK) that powers the latest version of Prepar3D is not only upgraded but also introduces a number of new features to enhance user experience and increase the platform's customization potential.

  • Custom event support and control mappings for PDK plugins: The new SDK offers enhanced support for external plugins. Users can now define their own event types and control mappings, increasing the flexibility and interactivity of the simulation.
  • Alpha only mask enhancement: There's now the option to create alpha-only masks that can fade over time, thanks to the added ColorWriteDisable RenderFlag. This results in smoother, more realistic visual effects.
  • Scenery enhancements for helipads: SceneryObject elements can now be used for model placements at airports, including helipads, allowing for a more detailed and immersive visual environment.
  • PBR material enhancements: The SimProp PBR material now supports EmissiveColor, and PBR materials can be viewed directly in 3ds Max preview views. This increases realism and gives developers more control over the visual aspects of their creations.
  • PDK plugin capabilities: In the new SDK, PDK plugins can create their own materials, providing more options for visual customization.

An example of the scenery density in cities in P3Dv6.

On top of these new additions, the SDK also features a plethora of fixes and improvements:

  • Visual Studio 2022: The SDK is now updated to Visual Studio 2022, the latest version of Microsoft's integrated development environment (IDE).
  • Input event improvements: Custom PDK input events can load mappings from controls XML, and EVENTTYPE has been added to these custom events, supporting keyboard, axis, and POV assignments.
  • GPS gauges and map gauges enhancements: Discontinuities can now be set in GPS gauges, and missed approach segments in map gauges can have their own color set, making navigation easier and more intuitive.
  • VR service additions: The SDK now features more functionality in the VR Service, making the platform even more immersive.
  • Texture element upgrades: Texture axis flipping is now supported for Render-To-Texture (RTT) elements in XML, allowing for more realistic and diverse visual effects.

With these updates and additions, the new SDK pushes the boundaries of flight simulation, promising developers an even more powerful, adaptable, and feature-rich platform.

An example of the new lighting systems and features.

Pricing and Licenses

Lockheed Martin's Prepar3D v6 continues to cater to a wide range of users with varied requirements, hence offers diverse licensing options to best fit their needs. Understanding that different sectors have distinct requirements for simulation and training platforms, Lockheed Martin provides flexible pricing and licensing options for academic, professional, and commercial applications.

An example of one of the highly detailed airports in the simulator.

The pricing for is dependent on the specific license type. Those intending to use the software for academic purposes, such as students, accredited educational institutions, or staff members, can opt for the Academic License. This license is made available at a reduced cost to support learning and training.

For developers, institutions, and corporations looking for professional training or commercial applications, the Professional and Commercial licenses respectively are available. These licenses allow for a broader range of use-cases, from aviation training to emergency response preparation, and even for visualizing complex phenomena like missile trajectories.

Advanced weapons systems.

Lockheed Martin has also introduced a "Personal" license with this iteration. This license allows for the use of the simulation platform at home and is directed towards consumers. Though Prepar3D's primary market is professionals and companies, the Personal license opens the doors to consumers seeking a high-fidelity simulation experience.

Lockheed Martin has officially disclosed the pricing information for the brand-new Prepar3D v6. The pricing tiers are as follows:

  • Personal License: This license is aimed at individuals for personal learning. The cost for this version is $59.95.
  • Professional License: This license is intended for professional users and costs $350. It's perfect for professional pilot training or any other professional uses.
  • Professional Plus: This version, priced at $2,750, is geared towards businesses, offering additional features such as weapons simulation and advanced physics.

All pricing details, specific license terms, and conditions can be accessed directly from the Prepar3D website.

Example of the brand-new lighting system.

It's important to note that Prepar3D v6 represents a significant step forward in the platform's development. As such, it will require a brand-new purchase. Regrettably, there is no free upgrade option from Prepar3D v5. This is because Prepar3D v6 is not a simple update, but an entirely new simulator that incorporates a host of new features and improvements.

Add-ons Compatibility

One of the significant benefits of simulation platforms like Prepar3D is the rich ecosystem of add-ons that can be used to enhance the simulation experience. These can range from additional aircraft and scenery to more complex weather and traffic systems. This extensive collection of both freeware and payware add-ons provides the means for users to tailor their simulation experience to their unique requirements and interests.

New fog weather system demonstrated in the simulator.

With the launch of v6, there may be questions regarding the compatibility of existing add-ons designed for previous versions such as P3D v4 and v5. Based on the information available, it is expected that most of these add-ons should work with Prepar3D v6, possibly with some minor adjustments or tweaks. However, as with any new software release, it's crucial to keep in mind that there might be unforeseen compatibility issues.

Given the breadth and depth of the add-ons ecosystem, the performance and compatibility of individual add-ons may vary. It's recommended that users review any update notes or guidance provided by the add-on developers to ensure optimal performance with Prepar3D v6.

Another demonstration of a densely detailed city in P3D.

We anticipate gaining more clarity on the compatibility of specific add-ons as the user community begins to explore v6 more extensively. We encourage users to share their experiences and feedback to help the community understand how various add-ons perform with this latest version of the platform.

Wingman training scenario.

How it Compares to Microsoft Flight Simulator

There's no doubt that Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) 2020 has set a high bar in the flight simulation space, with its stunning visuals, expansive global coverage, and highly accurate flight physics. However, the new Prepar3D brings to the table a number of technical advancements and enhancements that position it competitively within the market.

Virtual cockpit of a C-130 displayed in version 6 of the simulator.

Here's how the two stack up:

  • Graphics and Rendering: While MSFS 2020 has been praised for its photorealistic scenery and dynamic weather system, Prepar3D v6 introduces an entirely new atmospheric model, realistic volumetric clouds, and advanced lighting techniques that bring a new level of realism to the simulator. Moreover, it has screen space ambient occlusion (SSAO) and temporal anti-aliasing (TAA) that significantly enhance graphical fidelity.
  • Flight Dynamics: MSFS 2020 has built a reputation for its comprehensive aerodynamic modeling. Although P3Dv6 might not have introduced new helicopter dynamics, its legacy strength lies in its customizable nature and its robust flight model suitable for professional and academic training scenarios.
  • Simulation Scope: P3D v6 offers more than just flight simulation. It supports creating training scenarios across aviation, maritime, and ground domains, which isn't a feature set offered by MSFS 2020.
  • Updates and Support: Prepar3D v6 boasts of a streamlined update process with automatic notifications and installations, reducing the user's management overhead. While MSFS 2020 also provides regular updates, the ease of updating Prepar3D v6 represents an advantage in this category.
  • Community Support and Add-ons: Both platforms have vibrant communities that contribute freeware and payware add-ons. However, Prepar3D v6 takes the cake by supporting backwards compatibility with add-ons from previous versions, which is a feature MSFS 2020 is still improving on.

Ice on the runway - a new weather feature.

While both platforms serve the purpose of providing realistic flight simulation experiences, the choice between the two might come down to the specific requirements and preferences of the user. Prepar3D v6, with its professional training focus and expanded scenario support, stands out as a compelling choice for those looking for more than just flight simulation.

Your Feedback!

We'd love to hear your thoughts on the latest release.

Are you a current P3D user, and do you plan on upgrading to P3Dv6? Or have you fully migrated to Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) 2020?

Whatever your experience, your feedback is invaluable to us and the wider community. Please share your thoughts in the comments section below. We're excited to hear what you have to say!

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David AndersonWed, 05 Jul 2023 21:32:47 GMT

As usual, Mac users are left on the sidelines….

José SerraWed, 05 Jul 2023 21:48:01 GMT

I currently use P3D and intend to upgrade to P3Dv6, being certain that I also use MSFS 2020, as well as I use XPlane.

Andy BarterWed, 05 Jul 2023 23:22:53 GMT

I have already upgraded to P3Dv6 but also have MSFS. P3D is still used 90 of the time.

Marc WheelerThu, 06 Jul 2023 00:22:44 GMT

The one downside to Lockheed Martin Prepar3D v6 is economics. As most developers such as Aerosoft, PMDG, FSLabs, iFly, etc. are working on MSFS 2020 products, they have stated they will not update their products to support v6 since there are no resources to update them with such a small market share.

Roger J BauerThu, 06 Jul 2023 01:25:21 GMT

I am an avid user of Microsoft Products and have made many migrations through the years. I also own X-plane and a real oldie Pro Pilot.

My favorite so far is FS2004 (FS9) with its ease of setup and availability of add-ons.

FSX was a major improvement except that we lost many features such as replay in multiplayer and the graphics improvement made many shy away because we could not run the software on older equipment...frame rates were horrible and many other subtle issues made interfacing with older software challenging, to say the least.

Along comes FS2020....with a grand opening and a complete disaster to install. The Microsoft Store is a Joke...the software should be sold on CD so you can install it when you upgrade to newer equipment and not have to jump through hoops.

The initial release had so many problems it took a year for the updates to get stable.

The scenery and aircraft are beyond belief and pretty much photo-realistic...but the aircraft and gauges work on some and not on others...we have lost the aircraft carrier interface and flying military addons is difficult.

The flight planning capability is basic at best....there are add-ons that do a much better job.

P3Dv6 might interest me...I will have to get a version and fly it to compare it. The good news is that Lockheed Martin has made a great decision to market a version I can afford and I commend them for that.

I will let you know more when I can compare it for myself...until then...fair weather and clear skies to all. And most of all be safe!

Bill BinghamThu, 06 Jul 2023 02:00:45 GMT

I did get P3Dv6 the day it was released. My thoughts- It looks like just a v5 upgrade, the interface has a different look, but the same settings. Many addons and settings from v5 will work in v6. I tried different aircraft, scenery copied over controls and multi-monitor XML files, and they worked just fine in v6. It does seem to run much faster. It loads quicker, the interface is snappier. I'll definitely keep using it. Along with XP12. Don't like MSFS2020.

Michael TavcarThu, 06 Jul 2023 02:49:35 GMT

I’m a current user of P3D. Happy with it and have no desire to go to MSFS. I will be upgrading to v6 but only if current add-ons are compatible.

John RowleyThu, 06 Jul 2023 02:58:27 GMT

I don't have the new version. I will loose too many purchases from 2019.

Noel RichardsonThu, 06 Jul 2023 03:06:24 GMT

I was right there with you until I saw the $2,750 offering additional features such as weapons simulation and advanced physics. That's where you lost me. All the best with this new product!

REV NICHOLAS JONSSONThu, 06 Jul 2023 04:41:17 GMT

I’ve only been a Microsoft Flight Simulator user since early 1985. P3D and even DCS don’t have any attraction for me.

AlanThu, 06 Jul 2023 04:47:13 GMT

I'm a wannabe P3D. Too many versions. All sceneries should work with the latest version./6 and so on. I'm an FSX user.

Tom HeinzThu, 06 Jul 2023 04:54:51 GMT

By-passed P3D for personal use. However, used it plenty of times in a Redbird FMX teaching.

  1. Lockheed is a war machine producer. I don't believe in war - but it is, I know, I just can't support it.
  2. Lockheed claims it's not for entertainment, but for training, then they remove the training aircraft - the C172. ???
David FreedThu, 06 Jul 2023 05:20:31 GMT


I am pleased to hear about the latest release of P3Dv6 but would like to know a lot more about it (details).

At present, I have the MS FSX (very good), X-Plane 11, X-Plane 12, and MS 2020. I continue to use FSX and X-Plane 11 almost exclusively in my flight training work. I am not overly enthused with MS 2020, and X-Plane 12 has some scenery problems that I have been unable to correct, so those two programs don't get much of a workout from me.

I am under the impression that FSX and P3D were essentially the same programs for flight simulators. One being a Lockheed-Martin product, and the other from Steam. Is this true, and are the programs similar?

I would be particularly interested in P3Dv6 if it is as easy to work with as FSX is. FSX is very flexible and user-friendly, while the other programs are extremely complicated, particularly for new students.

If you can shed any light on the new P3Dv6 it would be helpful in deciding whether or not to acquire it as a student training facility. Likewise, what aircraft does it come with and what aircraft software can be downloaded and installed on this new program?

All help is appreciated, thank you,


Brian FinchThu, 06 Jul 2023 06:35:00 GMT

The comparison is a little light on detail, I.e. the number and type of included aircraft, and the number of supported airfields/airports. The lack of a trial period would prevent me from purchasing.

John Donald BeckThu, 06 Jul 2023 07:01:56 GMT

Hi guys, and thanks for the invitation to comment. I fly Combat Flight Simulator 1998, Combat Flight Sim 3, FS 2004, FSX, and FS 2020. I also fly model radio-controlled aircraft. If this seems crazy, I can assure you that I am 100% compos mentis!

While I consider myself an absolute novice, I find the 2020 excellent, but it is not for easy weekend, armchair flying because I find it a trying learning curve - also because certain English expressions are very different to those which we use here in Cape Town. See the aforementioned "different to". In American English, you use "different from".

However, if I might make a suggestion, could we have really accurate coverage of our stunningly beautiful Western Cape or even beyond its borders and into the rest of RSA? Even the very expensive FS2020 has very poor AI coverage. I would love to fly around the Cape Peninsula before supper and enjoy the beautiful scenery! Reach for the Sky! (Yes, I have met Douglas Bader!) John Beck.

Thomas HackeThu, 06 Jul 2023 08:43:55 GMT

Currently, I'm using Prepar3D V4 and testing MSFS2020, but at this time the flight experience of the MSFS is not as expected to be honest the graphic of the environment is stunning.

Kenneth Mr MooreThu, 06 Jul 2023 09:10:29 GMT

It will depend on the price i.e. if an upgrade price is available.

Frank HansenThu, 06 Jul 2023 11:08:27 GMT

Yes I will buy P3dv6, and I might leave msfs for good, I hate developers that have used fsx/p3d to get where they are today and just leave.. so I'm considering p3dv6 and majestic q400 as my only sim, except DCS World.

Robert GrantThu, 06 Jul 2023 14:14:06 GMT

I most likely will change to P3DV6. I am using P3DV5 and I do run at times Microsoft. Nice to have a backup system. Keep up the great work.

Nicholas GrimleyThu, 06 Jul 2023 14:19:42 GMT

I am still on v4.5 which works well. I have lots of cash invested in it. I would need full compatibility in order to switch to v6.

I was disappointed when v5 came out as I kept up to date with updates in v4 then found out v5 was a new install. I just don't want to have to reinstall everything again.

antonio GeraldesThu, 06 Jul 2023 14:35:44 GMT

I've been using Microsoft simulators for many years. FSX is a beautiful simulator. WHAT I USE MOST. I bought msf2020, ...I think Microsoft has gone from HORSE TO DUMB. ...More I do not say. I've been CTA FOR MANY YEARS. I was also PPA and PCA, with teaching functions, for many years. Now,... aged 83, I live from simulation and longing. A hug - GER

Malcolm ClentonThu, 06 Jul 2023 16:39:08 GMT

I have P3D v5.4 and MSFS. I use both on a regular basis. I have purchased P3Dv6 and will be checking to see if earlier add-ons will crossover to the latest version.

DanThu, 06 Jul 2023 19:12:37 GMT

I will be staying with P3Dv5.4 for 6-8 months. Right now I love how My FS is running.

William SucklingFri, 07 Jul 2023 04:21:11 GMT

I'm a long-time sim pilot. I use FSX steam, MSFS2020, P3dv5, and Xplane12. I plan to continue to use all of my existing platforms and will not upgrade as I have everything working exactly how I like it.

David WilkinsonFri, 07 Jul 2023 08:29:41 GMT

I have installed P3Dv6 and have been busy adapting all my add-ons to work with it. It has certainly been a challenge.

I have not had to pay anything for any new or upgraded addons, all my v5.3 addons have migrated successfully.

Those are FSUIPC6, Air Manager's Flightsim Plugins, Mobiflight & RealityXP's GNS530

My main issue has been with Orbx scenery migration. This is not yet sorted out. However, confidence is high.

I have also explored FS2020 but I cannot achieve what I want in my DIY dual-control Beech Baron D55 with that platform. I have an abhorrence for mouse clicking and ghosting of my 3D cockpit fittings.

JACOBUS RITCHIE MAREEFri, 07 Jul 2023 10:10:03 GMT

Please compare the minimum computer requirements for MSFS2020 - P3D V6 - XPlane 12.

REV NICHOLAS JONSSONFri, 07 Jul 2023 10:17:02 GMT

I’ve only been a Microsoft Flight Simulator user since early 1985. P3D and even DCS don’t have any attraction for me.

Bryan C GuilbeauFri, 07 Jul 2023 21:26:59 GMT

Will FS2004 applications (modules) work on the MSFS2020 program?

Quentin MooreSat, 08 Jul 2023 07:29:54 GMT

I would like to have the assurance that P3Dv6 has eliminated problems carried forward from FSX, such as apron lighting that does not work when arriving at an airport, before I commit to purchasing. In my experience, P3Dv4.5 has been the most stable offering so far and I intend to wait and see how the flightsim community responds to version 6 and what problems emerge.

Tom Lewis Tue, 18 Jul 2023 21:36:39 GMT

Currently use P3Dv4 which has been reliable and generally good. I will upgrade to v6 if I can move across the many add-ons ( Aerosoft, JustFlight, Q.W., and PMDG ) without issues.

vestyTue, 25 Jul 2023 18:18:51 GMT

Hello there, nice to read your article over pd3 point 6. Can you tell me what the minimum power is for my computer, to install the 6 greetings Vesty

UK_WidowmakerMon, 31 Jul 2023 15:57:14 GMT

They've done well to get this FSX to another level...but the price tag is pretty steep, and the way things are going with another MSFS on the way, I suspect ver 7 will not come

EDGAR SOLERSat, 12 Aug 2023 18:01:15 GMT


Sierra GolfSun, 13 Aug 2023 10:47:19 GMT

I refuse to allow the bullying of Microsoft in forcing people to keep buying new versions of Microsoft OS's. I paid for version 7 Ultimate and intend to carry on using it without their updates, just using third-party anti-virus software, etc.......which brings me to the minimum requirements of the new version flight sim P3Dv6.0. Will it run on Windows 7? What are the machine's requirements such as memory, graphics, and processor speed? I recently bought the FSX steam edition, only to be told a few days later that it will soon only run on Windows 10 and above, what a waste of money.

Sergio CattaMon, 28 Aug 2023 15:14:49 GMT

I've been using Flight Simulator since it existed and I know enough about the aviation world: military technician with Fairchild C119G “Flying Boxcar” and Lockheed Martin C130H first and civil aviation later, with a PPL license. I currently use both simulators: I occasionally use MSFS 2020 only with light aircraft for small VFR flights which is nice graphically but, even if quite well done, for me it remains more game than simulator. For a more complete commercial aircraft simulation, where at high FL I am less interested in ground detail, I much prefer to use P3Dv5 which I always keep up to date. It depends on what you want from a simulation and P3D I find it more reliable since it's the first version for the simulation in itself where the graphics of the outside world are more than enough. However, they are two different things, it depends on what you want and prefer: entertainment or a more substantial simulation. I will certainly buy P3Dv6, hoping that there is compatibility with at least some good aircraft that I currently use (from what we read it would seem so). Despite a higher cost, I will definitely buy P3Dv6 - Professional License, because Lockheed Martin knows exactly what flying is!?

Sergio CattaSun, 19 Nov 2023 18:10:04 GMT

I purchased a P3Dv6 - Professional License in September, I'm really satisfied with it and I was sure it couldn't be different. On the other hand, as I said before, being Lockheed Martin an aeronautical manufacturer, they know exactly what flight is!!! (btw: to whom it may concern, the Majestic Software - Dash 8 Q400 PRO Edition, works fine with P3Dv6).

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