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MK-Studios Further Teases Dublin v2 for MSFS

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MK-Studios Further Teases Dublin v2 for MSFS

In addition to announcing the development of Bologna Airport, new previews featuring highly-anticipated Dublin Airport (EIDW) v2 for MSFS have both been published by the developer on their Facebook page and by a beta tester on a Reddit page.

Formally announced last year, MK-Studios has returned to the home of Guinness and Aer Lingus and is set to bring an updated version of Ireland’s busiest aviation hub to MSFS users soon. The preview picture shared by the developer shows the airport’s illuminated Pier 4, which forms part of Terminal 2 and is a prime demonstration of the level of detail that future customers can expect when buying the upcoming product. Especially the level of attention that has flown into capturing the interior of the airport is exceptional with picutres shared on Reddit further underlining this point.

While the developer has not provided any indication on a concrete release date of their Dublin Airport (EIDW) v2 product, MK-Studios has teased that they are ready for Cross The Pond, likely meaning that their Dublin Airport (EIDW) v2 product will be released before April 1st, the day of the event. The developer has also not yet released any pricing information.

We will, as always, keep you updated on further developments and will indicate as soon as MK-Studios’ Dublin Airport (EIDW) v2 product hits the stores. In the meantime, feel free to check out MK-Studios’ official Facebook post linked here and the previews shared by the beta tester on Reddit linked here.

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