Weather Preset Pro v1.10 Releasing Soon – 10 New Presets

The release of Weather Preset Pro earlier this month was met with huge success and a great response from the community. Your feedback has helped shape the product into something even greater than the original release.

As a result of that feedback and our commitment to always providing quality products at fair prices, we will soon be releasing a free update to Weather Preset Pro.

Version 1.10 of Weather Preset Pro will not only fix a handful of bugs reported by the community, but also add 10 additional presets to your collection. This now brings the total number of included of presets to 50.

The new presets include additional jetstream presets, additional visibility conditions, new storm formations and also wild fire conditions.

Whilst we’re excited by the new presets, we’re also pleased to have found better ways to implement some of our ideas in the previous build and used new techniques to make them more visually appealing and realistic to fly through. We have toned down some of the harsh winds from some of the conditions and improved how your aircraft controls during those stormy approaches.

The update is nearing completion with just a few more tweaks to go before we release it. It is our intention to release this week across all platforms, but we’ll write a post here confirming the exact release plans once we know for sure.

A huge thank you to the community for supporting Weather Preset Pro so far and we can’t wait to continue adding to this already busy collection of amazing weather.

If you haven’t done so already, pick up Weather Preset Pro here for just £4.99. You will get notified of the free update as soon as it’s released.

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