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Drzewiecki Design Releases Washington Landmarks for Microsoft Flight Simulator

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Announced only a few days ago, Drzewiecki Design has today released Washington Landmarks for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new product features over 1500 custom made buildings for the city of Washington D.C. in the United States to replace the default auto-generated ones in the new flight simulator.

Washington Landmarks for Microsoft Flight Simulator includes points of interest such as the White House, the Pentagon, the Capitol Building and the Washington Monument. This is in addition to the hundreds of other bridges, stadiums, malls, and monuments scattered around the city. They have been created with performance in mind and feature PBR materials and realistic night textures.

Whilst the pack does feature a significant number of landmarks, the product also includes four enhanced airports. These airports are Joint Base Andrews (KADW), College Park Airport (KCGS), Potomac Airfield (KVKX) and Washington Executive Airport/Hyde Field (W32). These enhanced airports include custom-made airport buildings, accurate ground layouts and numerous static aircraft.

You can buy Drzewiecki Design from simMarket for €14.99 (plus tax).

Features

  • A high-quality model of Washington D.C.
  • Over 1500 custom-made buildings incl. the whole downtown, bridges, stadiums, harbors/marinas, trains, memorials, and other objects; all FPS-friendly, with night textures and PBR effects
  • Airport enhancement package including KADW Joint Base Andrews, KCGS College Park Airport, KVKX Potomac Airfield, and W32 Washington Executive Airport with custom-made airport buildings, custom ground layouts and static aircraft.
  • A dozen of heliports with custom objects
Tags : Drzewiecki DesignLandmarksSceneryWashington
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