X-plane 10.31 is now final; if you’ve run X-Plane 10.30 you probably already know that. 🙂

Steam Users: the Steam Edition of 10.31 for OS X was broken, so we rolled it back to 10.30.  We’ll get 10.31 out on Steam as soon as we can fix the problem – it should be a few days at worst.

About Ben Supnik

Ben is a software engineer who works on X-Plane; he spends most of his days drinking coffee and swearing at the computer -- sometimes at the same time.

8 comments on “X-Plane 10.31 Is Out – Steam Soon

  1. Good work guy we are happy to hear news like that.
    I know it is talking about it, as 10.31 is closed, I wonder if there is any plan to integrate “dynamic environmental reflections” soon.
    I think should serve us and the simulator would gain much if somehow could reflect the sky maybe blured in textures with a new attribute.

    I saw this effect in Euro Truck Simulator 2 in windows of buildings, and the impact is very good. Im sure you have a lot of other things to do but i want to know if this feature are in your plan and when you estimate we ll could see somthing of this.

    Thanks a lot for you time and atention.

    1. The short answer is that this is not coming soon. We do think this is important, but it needs to be part of a comprehensive set of rendering engine changes, not just a one-off trick. I’ll blog more comprehensively on this later.

      No time estimates on future features.

  2. The challenge is there are way more requests than resources, but where does re-visiting ATC communications fall on the priority list? This seems like one of the single largest gaps between the simulator and flying, given all the improvements in so many other areas. It would add to the challenge to the simulator to have an upgraded method of interacting with ATC. With NLP, this could be taken to a much higher level. Our eyes are satisfied, could we spend time and CPU cycles on the mic and the headset?

  3. John,

    I have the same desire for XP. I was a user of VoxATC within FSX. When I changed to XP I asked the VoxATC developer if he would consider adopting the program for XP. He indicated he was looking at that possibility. That was a few years ago. I have not emailed him lately but I suspect the rise of P3D may have sidelined the XP version. Maybe its time to contact him again. His name is Tegwyn West. There’s a contact page on the VoxATC website.

  4. The X-Plane 10.31 is realy fantastic and also much more fluid , the only problem when you close the simulator crashes..and a problem that was already working out?

    From Corrado.

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