With a brand new user interface, a new level of quality in the included aircraft, and support for virtual reality headsets, X-Plane 11 is the upgrade you’ve been hoping for.
X-Plane 11 includes:
- Universal platforms (Mac, Windows, Linux)
- Worldwide scenery
- 11 high-quality aircraft with immersive 3-D cockpits
- Free internet updates for all versions of 11.xx, including airport improvements
When you purchase this software, you will receive an email confirmation with your product key. This key will allow you to install and use X-Plane 11.
Download X-Plane 11 here - X-Plane 11 Windows Installer
Minimum Hardware Requirements:
- CPU: Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 CPU with 2 or more cores, or AMD equivalent.
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Video Card: a DirectX 11-capable video card from NVIDIA, AMD, or Intel with at least 1 GB VRAM
Recommended Hardware Requirements:
- CPU: Intel Core i5 6600K at 3.5 GHz or faster
- Memory: 16-24 GB RAM or more
- Video Card: a DirectX 12-capable video card from NVIDIA, AMD, or Intel with at least 4 GB VRAM (GeForce GTX 1070 or better or similar from AMD)
Supported Video Cards:
- NVIDIA: NVIDIA GeForce 600 or newer
- AMD: AMD HD7000 with GCN core or newer
- Intel: HD4000 or newer
Supported Operating Systems:
- OS X: OS X 10.11 or newer (e.g. El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina)
- Windows: Windows 8 or 10, 64-bit
- Linux: Varies
- While X-Plane 11 will run on Linux, we don’t provide support for specific distributions; if you want to run on Linux, you will need to try X-Plane on your distribution to see if it is compatible. With that in mind, we have developers using Ubuntu 14.04 and 16.04 LTS successfully.
- For Linux, we require the proprietary driver from AMD or NVIDIA to run X-Plane. You may be able to get X-Plane to run on the Mesa/Gallium driver with an Intel GPU, but this is unsupported. We absolutely do not support the fully open source drivers for AMD and NVIDIA.