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preview Weather Preset Pro v1.20 Coming Soon

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A brand new free update to Weather Preset Pro will be released very soon. Version 1.20 will add ten new presets to the collection, meaning that customers will now have 60 visually stunning and accurate presets in their collection.


Since the release of Weather Preset Pro, we have committed to providing free updates to our customers and providing even more value to the utility product. The new presets are primarily focused typical UK weather to coincide with the release of the new World Update coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator on February 11th 2020.










Weather Preset Pro version 1.20 will be released for free across all stores very soon. We’ll be emailing customers who own any of our products with detailed information on how to get the update once it is made available.


You can purchase Weather Preset Pro directly from OrbxDirect for $8.99 AUD (approximately US$6.85 | €5,72 | £5.00).


You can also combine Weather Preset Pro with A Guide to Flight Simulator to get the most out of your flight simulator. You can buy our combo pack for £13.99 (plus VAT) directly from the SoFly Store.


Here is the full list of new presets added to version 1.20 of Weather Preset Pro.


UK: Typical English Day
Low clouds and rain fill the air in this stereotypical weather preset.

UK: Typical Spring Day
As the sunshine breaks through the clouds, a light breeze can be felt in the air.

UK: Typical Summer Day
A warm 24c outside and minor cloud coverage mean you have a great day of flying ahead.

UK: Autumn Day
Cooler air with a slight drizzle means you have some cloud dodging to do with this Autumn profile.

UK: Indian Summer
As summer ends, there’s still warmth left in the atmosphere, along with a subtle orange glow.

UK: Summer Storms
It may be hot, but these storms can be dangerous if not avoided.

UK: Light Snow Coverage
A small snow coverage with some snowfall in this wintery scene.

UK: Frosty Winter Morning
A cold start to do the day with plenty of ice and frost still on the ground.

UK: Storm Christoph
Whilst Storm Christoph battered the UK, now is your chance to experience flying in these challenging conditions.

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