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  1. STATUS UPDATE OF REX SKY FORCE: IN DEVELOPMENT 12/1/2016 – Well the news has been a long time coming, but there is great progress in regards to Sky Force. Many of what has been seen from previous videos has been changed and updated. There are some pretty amazing things coming down the pike. Stay tuned for more information as we should begin beta testing within a few short weeks. In addition, good news for users of the REX Essentials’ weather engine. We have optimized it to take full advantage of the Sky Force model system. This will be released with Service Pack 4.
  2. STATUS UPDATE – MILVIZ/REX WX ADVANTAGE RADAR: IN DEBUG PHASE 2/2/2017 – Prepar3D 3.4.22 was just recently released. We are currently testing the latest build with the hotfix. We expect to have an update next week.
  3. STATUS OF WEATHER FORCE - IN DEVELOPMENT PHASE Since the release of REX 4 Weather Architect, many have asked when will Weather Direct be available. First, thank you all for your interest in the product. We have been working on the product. However, the product is based upon what is called the WeatherFORCE API. This is still in development. Until this API completes development Weather Direct is still in the development phase. STATUS OF THE WEATHER FORCE API - IN DEVELOPMENT PHASE The WeatherFORCE API is currently in development. We have now made it apart of a larger API called EnvironmentFORCE. EnvironmentFORCE has two components associated with it. WeatherFORCE is what handles several of the key weather elements, but it also shares some elements from our other component called TextureFORCE. TextureFORCE is responsible for making the environment more like what the weather really represents. More details about this API and what it does will be coming out soon.
  4. STATUS UPDATE OF REX ENVIRONMENT FORCE: IN DEVELOPMENT 12/1/2016 – We have kept silent for a reason! Ears and eyes are watching!