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iniBuilds Teasing New Scenery Project

A new teaser of what is to come, but what could it mean?

iniBuilds Teasing New Scenery Project

iniBuilds has taken to Twitter to share a teaser screenshot of a brand new scenery product coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator. The single screenshot (above) shows two police vehicles in a very specific design.

In the post, iniBuilds said “just going to leave this here,” and then let the community have fun figuring it out.

It would be unwise for us to speculate as to what iniBuilds are bringing to the simulator, but that hasn’t stopped many people in the comment section on the social post sharing their predictions. Many in those comments are suggesting it could be related to Dubai due to the fact that the police in Dubai uses these type of vehicles in this specific livery/design.

Despite this, iniBuilds has denied they are developing Dubai and instead insisted that they are doing a smaller airport in the UAE.

iniBuilds Teasing New Scenery Project

When we last spoke to iniBuilds about future projects, they said their “next major airport release is going to be a truly iconic destination that reflects the perfect blend of modern-day and tradition. This vibrant location is known for its impressive skyline, bustling aviation scene, and its role as a global crossroads.”

What do you think iniBuilds are teasing with this image? Leave a comment down below and let us know.

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