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LatinVFR Announces Miami Update

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LatinVFR Released their version of Miami International Airport (KMIA) for P3Dv4 quite a while back and now they are hard at work bringing us a new an improved version of the Miami Airport (KMIA)

LatinVFR is well known for making high-quality airports around the US, Central America, and South America. Miami is the third of its kind to receive the PBR (Physically Based Rendering) treatment that Prepar3d version 4.4 offers. After the successful release of New Orleans (KMSY) and Santiago (SCEL), which was the first LatinVFR scenery to be released with PBR. This new update coming to v4.4 is no exception. Developers at LatinVFR have been hard at work revamping several parts of the airport such as new jetway textures with PBR, wet ground effects when it rains. In addition to the wet ground effects, they are no longer just effects. These “effects” now physically affect your aircraft with reduced braking action when landing in the rain. All buildings will be retextured with PBR as well as ground textures that are native to PBR. To follow up with this incredible improvement, expanded city coverage will also be added which will show the Miami beach area among several other areas.

LatinVFR has stated that they plan to roll out this update by the end of June 2019. No information regarding price, upgrade price, or if this will be a free upgrade for those who have the current version of Miami. However, this update will be for P3D v4.4 only. If you desire to follow the development, feel free to check your the LatinVFR Facebook Page. There you can give feedback and view new the latest previews.

Tags : KMIALatinVFRPBRUpdate
Will Westlake

The author Will Westlake

Hi, I’m Will Westlake and I’m an avid flight simmer. I first start back with FS2004 many years ago. From there I worked up the ranks of the simulators that were on the market. In my spare time, I am a keen photographer and a passionate motorcyclist. | View My Specs
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