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P3D v4 when buying a plane

Pyscen

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You might be better off to look at the aircraft developer on this.one.
 
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Ask the payware company.
It's case by case and also who can be responsible with the answer here?
Only the company which sells.
 
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can't get anyone to answefr questions. plane might say for FSX but usually I have seen these will work in P3D too, but ya never know.
 
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What do you want to get from here ?
Since you are saying buying , its a matter between you and the maker.
So saying to ask them.
 
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Depends. First off, P3D4 is a 64-bit application whereas FSX is 32-bit. A lot of "back-end" stuff changed between FSX and P3D4 so not everything can be guaranteed to work between the two sims. In particular, the panel gauges are most likely not going to work in P3D4. As others have said, you really need to get the developer's direct answers since nobody else can definitively make a conclusion.
 
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bought a plane. It came with fs9 and fsx version. I deleted the fs9 msi and install the other. It works well in both fsx and p3d. I guess I am lucky so far! hahaqha
 
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