Orbx Previews Newcastle International Airport for X-Plane and MSFS

Orbx has taken to their forum previews of their Newcastle International Airport (EGNT) for X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery was previously released for P3D last summer. The version for XP and MSFS is…

Posted: 20-Nov-2020 @ 11:00z
Orbx Previews Newcastle International Airport for X-Plane and MSFS

Orbx has taken to their forum previews of their Newcastle International Airport (EGNT) for X-Plane and Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery was previously released for P3D last summer. The version for XP and MSFS is close to release, which in Orbx language means it should be out within a week. The scenery was developed by the UK team, which is also responsible for Graz LOWG, San Jose KSJC and London City EGLC among others. As scenery design has become easier to streamline, both sceneries will be very similar and feature almost the same items. As such you can expect in both versions PBR materials, detailed modeling with high definition textures custom ortho ground polygon and all the usual refinements you find in an Orbx scenery.

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