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UK2000 Release Birmingham for X Plane

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Some exciting news coming from UK2000. They have released their first scenery for Xplane 10 and 11. Choosing Birmingham as their first choice and it’s great to see a nice rendition of Birmingham coming into the popular opposition sim to P3D and FSX. We have been lucky enough to have had UK2000 in FSX and P3D for a long time now giving us a broad variety of destinations across the United Kingdom.

It’s great to see another established developer giving Xplane a try and we look forward to seeing more of their sceneries come to the platform. You can purchase this scenery from the UK2000 website for a price of £16.99.

Make sure to keep an eye out on our site and Facebook page for anymore UK2000 Xplane updates.

Mungo Spencer

The author Mungo Spencer

I've always had a passion for aviation from a very young age. I started simming for the first time in 2010 and have been hooked ever since. A member of FSElite since its early days, I have enjoyed being a part of the rapid growth that has taken place over the last year. Which has propelled us to become one of the largest flight simulation media sites. I look forward to the future and would like to thank you all for the continued support. | View My Specs

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Norwich seems fine for X-Plane 11, but I’ve tried the Birmingham demo and it’s far from convincing.

There are quite a lot of ground textures for trees and bushes and other, normally 3D objects, which look very disruptive when flattened as a texture. Especially in an airport, where aircraft are near or on the ground.

I’ve also spotted those weird 2D and pixelized people, appearing suddenly when the angle allows to see them. Unfortunately no visible option to turn this off. In comparison to Orbx sceneries where there are moving (3D) people, this is not looking good at all. I know they’re trying to improve the framerate but that’s too far at the expense of enjoying the scenery.