How Do Developers Make Scenery for MSFS? SimWorks Studios Tells Us

In another video series with FSElite, we speak to SimWorks Studios on how they brought their Okavango Delta to Microsoft Flight Simulator. This ambitious project was the result of nearly 9 man-months of work and covers a huge region in the world. Adding thousands of animals, tens of camps and hundreds of objects was no easy task, but SimWorks Studios shares how this was all achieved.

You can pick up SimWorks Studios’ amazing Okavango Delta for Microsoft Flight Simulator from their store for €22.99.

This video was produced in support of the FlyJuly series taking place. You can find out more about FlyJuly here.

 
 
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