X-Plane 12 Dev Deep Dive – Ep 2: The Sky – Clouds & Weather

In this episode, Jordan speaks to Austin about THE SKY. A detailed account of how the environment will affect your flight.

Welcome to the X-Plane 12 Dev Deep-Dives series. In this series of content, FSElite goes behind the scenes with the Laminar Research team on a huge number of topics with the upcoming release of X-Plane 12.

During the next few weeks, we will learn about all aspects of X-Plane 12 from the marketing and sound design to the new flight model and advanced rendering engine.

Each episode will have a specific focus giving you as much insight into X-Plane 12 as possible.

In this episode, Jordan speaks to Austin about THE SKY. Where you will be spending the most time in the simulator, Austin gives a detailed account of all the changes in X-Plane 12 and how the environment will affect your flight.

Sit back and enjoy our Dev Deep Dive series with X-Plane 12.

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