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RealTurb South America Now Available

Following on from the release of the North America rendition of the software, M.A. RealTurb has released the South America version. As you can guess, this package covers the entirety of South America. In terms of features, it’s exactly the same as other packages from the team.

RealTrub looks at environmental elements such as hills, mountains, winds and other weather effects and translates that into realistic turbulence effects on your aircraft. Everything is done behind the scenes for simplicity. Simply install, load the simulator and that’s it. RealTurb promises to then make each take off and approach feel more realistic with how your aircraft will handle.

You can buy RealTurb South America from simMarket for €9.99.

Features include:

  • Realistic turbulence effects
  • Realistic speed fluctuation effects
  • Realistic wind shifting effects (Requires Activesky for Prepar3D v4.4 / v4.5 +)
  • Realistic wind shear effects (Requires Activesky for Prepar3D v4.4 / v4.5 +)
  • Altitude/effects intensity envelope dynamically and realistically calculated based on surrounding terrain.
  • Complete coverage of North America Continent (see coverage map at the screenshots section) with every single hill/mountain analyzed.
  • Easy installation
  • No user input/setup required for the effects to work. All is analyzed automatically!
  • No performance impact.
  • Compatible just with default Prepar3D v4.4 / v4.5 +, however to get the best out of it. Activesky for Prepar3D v4.4 / v4.5 + is recommended.
  • Compatible with any aircraft, being default or add-on.
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