Nimbus Simulations’ Washington Dulles for XPL On Final

All new previews also highlight the life-like ground clutter and more.

Nimbus Simulations’ Washington Dulles for XPL On Final

Scenery developer Nimbus Simulations has confirmed that their rendition of Washington Dulles Airport (KIAD) is on final approach and nearing a release.

The development team took to Facebook to share the news, along with a series of screenshots highlighting the product in action. From the new previews shared, we can see that Nimbus has put a lot of effort into extra details such as airport traffic and clutter. This seems to add a layer of immersion that many have come to expect from airport products as of late. There are also previews of the passenger transport carts that take people from terminals within Washington Dulles Airport, along with other equipment such as cargo loaders.

Further to the previews highlighting the airport life, there are also numerous shots of the airport at night. In these shots we can see how Nimbus has brought the airport to life at night with plenty of use of dynamic lightingn throughout.

Although no exact release date or price was confirmed, it’s reassuring to see this long-awaited product is finally nearing completion for X-Plane 11 users.

Once we learn more, we’ll be sure to let you know.

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