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ShortFinal Design Updating Boston Logan Freeware for XP11

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Taking to Facebook, scenery developer ShortFinal Design has announced that they are currently in the process of updating MisterX’s highly regarded Boston Logan (KBOS) scenery for XPlane 11.

Initially released for free back in 2016, Boston Logan (KBOS) was one of the first sceneries released by famous XPlane scenery developer MisterX. Since its original release, the scenery has become one of the most highly regarded freeware sceneries released for the platform. Although having become a bit dated since its release, the scenery continues to be regularly downloaded and persits in serving its purpose of providing XPlane users with a detailed rendition of Boston Logan (KBOS) to enjoy for free.

Taking to Facebook, ShortFinal Design, the company that evolved from the MisterX brand, has recently announced that they have begun updating their original Boston Logan (KBOS) rendition to represent current standards. Rebranding the project as SFD Boston V2, the developer indicates that the scenery will come included with the brand new terminals that have been constructed since the original’s release, custom SAM jetways, as well as entirely reworked ground textures.

Although not providing an anticipated release date just yet, judging by the shared previews, progress is already well along. As such, it should not take too long for the project to be released to the public. Going by the Facebook post, it seems as if the scenery will, once agian, be made available free of charge.

If you desire more information about this project or the developer in general, please check out the developers’ official Facebook page. For the original MisterX Boston Logan (KBOS) scenery, head on over to the linked XPlane.org forum page.

 

 

Tags : AirportBoston LoganFreewareKBOSmisterxSceneryShortFinal DesignUpdate
Yannick Noesen

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