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More Drzewiecki Design Seattle Airports X Previews & Information

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The guys over at Drzewiecki Design have released some more information regarding their upcoming Seattle Airports X package for FSX & P3D, as well as some more previews. Today they have confirmed that Paine (KPAE) is now finished meaning that the whole Seattle Airports X package is now completed.

Furthermore, they have said that there will be some extra features to watch out for in these upcoming sceneries, including SODE jetways, the famous Delivery Centre and Everett Factory interiors, as well as tons of airport dedicated vehicles, claiming that they have done the “most advanced optimization” they have ever used and “much more.”

Another interesting question that has been answered in their post was that in the v1.1 of Seattle Airports X there will be a payware upgrade which “will add KSEA Tacoma Airport as well as some other details like a completed passenger terminal in KPAE”.

The basic package will cost approximately 20EUR, 30EUR after the upgrade price, which all in all seems very reasonable for the amount of airports and detail you’re getting.

Additionally, they confirmed that their KSEA scenery isn’t intended to be in competition with the highly sort of Taxi2Gate Seattle-Tacoma scenery, they claim that their version will feature “quite a different approach to that airport”, which will is very compelling. Finally, they confirmed that both products will be released simultaneously, also that all of their products are compatible with Orbx, Pilots and Megascenery’s products.

If you would like to take a look at their post for yourself, then check it out on their Facebook page.

Tags : Drzewiecki DesignSeattle
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