Evansville Regional Airport UHD by scenery developer X-Codr has been released on X-Plane 11. The airport in the State of Indiana has seen record numbers of growth over the past few years with now over 470,000 passengers travelling through the airport each year. Airlines such as Allegiant Air, American Eagle and United Express all serve the airport to destinations including Orlando, Chicago–O’Hare and other domestic routes.
The airport product includes plenty of eye-candy features such as ultra-detailed buildings, large scale grunge and tar textures to break up the repetition of textures, along with accurate taxi routes, animated autogates, 3D people and cars. In addition, the team has also implemented X-Codr Designs Sound XP plugin, weather effects and also a custom Ortho3XP mesh with winter textures. All of this has been considered with performance in mind.
Highly detailed and realistic rendition of KEVV – Evansville Regional Airport
- Ultra-detailed, high resolution buildings
- Custom normal maps fully utilize X-Plane 11’s PBR rendering engine
- Baked ambient occlusion and ground shadows on all airport buildings
- Many buildings feature either detailed, or “Lite” interior renditions
- Ultra-detailed, high resolution ground textures
- Ultra HD normal maps add immense detail to large scale pavement textures
- Large scale grunge and tar textures break up any repetition and add realism
- Accurate AI taxi routes
- Animated Autogate jetways (Autogate plugin required)
- Animated 3d people and cars
- Ultra realistic 3d vegetation (trees, shrubs, grass)
- Lots of airport clutter, i.e. baggage carts, chocks, tires, etc.
- X-Codr Designs Sound XP Plugin adds ambient sounds (Windows 10 ONLY)
- Weather effects such as puddles and snow
- Optimized for high performance with LOD technology and appropriate texture scaling
- Custom Ortho4xp Mesh with winter textures and custom patch for the airport
- Custom overlay scenery based off Alpilotx’s HD Mesh V4 scenery (used with his permission)
- Perfect for short hops to destinations such as KIND, KORD, and KMGM