Taking to Facebook, well-regarded scenery developer Pacific Island Simulations (Pacsim) has shared their current development roadmap.
Beginning their post, the developer claims that after intense work, the end of the tunnel regarding the development of their Reno-Tahoe International Airport (KRNO) rendition is beginning to appear. Although not providing a formal release schedule, the developer indicates that prospective customers should anticipate a summer release.
The developer has also let readers know that they are also steadily making progress on their rendition of Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (KCLE), with it set to release some time after their Reno-Tahoe product.
Up next, the developer indicates that Seoul Incheon International Airport (RKSI) is scheduled for a release during Fall later this year.
The developer’s recreation of Salt Lake City International Airport (KSLC) for MSFS is currently making up the tail end of their development pipeline. This is due to it being developed parallel to the construction and redevelopment work going on at its real-world counterpart.
The developer ended their post by sharing some new development screenshots of their Reno-Tahoe Airport project for your viewing pleasure, some of which have been included below.
Should you feel the need to read the developer’s original post and check out some additional features, feel free to head over to the developer’s official Facebook page, linked here.