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Orbx Announces CityScene Barcelona

In the latest addition to their latest line of products, Orbx has announced CityScene Barcelona; scenery for FSX and P3D which covers the entire city of Barcelona in immense detail.

The new product was revealed in Orbx’s forums, stating that this scenery is the work of Allen Kriesman – the developer who brought us CityScene Gold Coast.

CityScene Barcelona uses Kriesman’s new technology to create an accurate, high-density area of stunning scenery without compromising on performance.

Features

  • Highly detailed, accurate representation of Barcelona, Spain and surroundings
  • Nearly 1 million accurately placed regional trees
  • Over 100,000 accurately sized, shaped and positioned custom buildings
  • Over 211,000 efficient roof objects, lighting, container and boxcar objects
  • 812 hand placed library objects (including OrbxLib objects)
  • Expertly optimised using ground-breaking techniques for best performance

This new scenery will also include 7 main points of interest:

  • Hospital de la Santa Creu
  • World Trade Center Of Barcelona
  • Badalona Golf Center
  • Pavelló Olímpic de Badalona
  • Parc de Recerca Biomedica de Barcelona
  • La Monumental
  • Central Térmica de Sant Adrià de Besòs

In addition to all of the dense city-scapes, there will also be an upgraded version of Barcelona’s El-Prat airport – LEBL – which, whilst not up to par with many payware airport releases, it will be a huge upgrade to default, ensuring users can enjoy all aspects of the area.

Along with the screenshots, Orbx also gave a coverage area diagram, showing the large scale of this product, which will be available for all version of FSX and P3D for $24.95 AUD. However, we have yet to be treated to a release date, but we will keep you updated as more information is released.

 
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Matthew is from the U.K. and has just finished his last year in college, studying mathematics, chemistry and physics. An avid plane spotter, he often visits Manchester Airport to take as many photographs and he can muster, as well as spending time at his local aerodrome (Manchester Barton). Being an aviation enthusiast, Matthew has been a part of the flight simming community for 7+ years.