Proceeding on from their triumphant X-Plane releases, Orbx has released their much-anticipated, much-teased TrueEarth Great Britain South for Prepar3D v4.
TrueEarth Great Britain South is a comprehensive overhaul of Southern England & South Wales’ in-sim scenery traversing a noble 107,349 km² of ortho-imagery, autogen, hundreds of points of interest and more.
Orbx declares to have developed new technology especially for Prepar3D v4 to give this scenery a real-world feel which allows for building shapes to be positioned correctly to flawlessly align with the ortho-imagery – no more rectangular shapes joined together to ‘fake it’.
Furthermore, Orbx’s rendition of Southern England features 130 million trees at their correct height and location, sharp and detailed 10-meter mesh, an accurate road and rail network blended in with the scenery and more which can be found in the thorough features list at the end of this article.
You can grab a hold of Orbx’s True Earth Great Britain South over at OrbxDirect for a price of $54.95 AUD (Incl. VAT) exclusively for Prepar3D v4. Is X-Plane more your style? Well, TrueEarth GB South has already been released for X-Plane 11 and you can grab it over at OrbxDirect for a price of $54.95 AUD (Incl. VAT).
- 42,000 square miles (107,349 km²) of hand-corrected, crisp, colour-matched aerial imagery
- Accurate building shapes to precisely match the ortho imagery footprints
- 130 million trees at the correct height and location
- 13.2 million buildings at the correct height and location
- VFR landmarks such as masts, wind farms, churches, power-lines, castles, stadiums and lighthouses are all accurately placed.
- Hundreds of custom-modelled 3D POIs
- Hand-placed and custom modelled landmarks placed throughout the scenery such as bridges, skyscrapers, castles, piers, and monuments – this is especially noticeable in city areas such as London and along the coast.
- Sharp and detailed 10-meter mesh brings out stunning detail in natural features such as hills and beaches
- Superb water masking along the entire coastline
- Accurate road and rail network blended into the aerial imagery with moving left-hand drive traffic.
- Summer season only with full night-lighting supported