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Yes, they install to both simulator platforms, the only limiting thing is the licence is for one computer.


If your installer doesn't have the P3DV3 option you will need to download the latest version.

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41 minutes ago, Alex Goff said:

Hi Mark,


All your licenses can be used for Prepar3D at no additional cost.


To clarify for the OP, that applies only to P3D v3. JV made it clear we will likely incur a small fee for future versions of P3D. I guess that may hinge on how much work it requires to make the installers and scenery compatible?


Or it may be a hint that P3D v4 will be a significant upgrade to the platform? Speculation at best. ^_^

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