Magsoft Previews Guadalajara Airport


Prepar3D scenery developer Magsoft have taken to the FSDeveloper forums, to preview a wide variety of screenshots from their upcoming Aeropuerto Internacional de Guadalajara (MMGL) scenery.  The airport is the main airport of Mexico’s second-largest city, Guadalajara. Opened in 1966, it is located 16 km south of the city center.

Over the past months, Magsoft has slowly added to the growing collection of previews as work continues on the scenery. The developer has not only shared views from inside of the terminal buildings, but also from the airport property and vehicles that may appear around the field.

Additionally, the developer announced that they were currently doing the hangars area, meaning they were about to finish all the work and export everything for the final launch. Magsoft did not publish any feature list of the airport or any surrounding cities and landscape, but stated they were trying to make them as detailed as possible. The developer also added that at this time an exact release date cannot be given, because complications and delays can occur.

The developer further mentioned they were thinking of developing a landscape scenery of Puerto Vallarta, and that in general they were also striving to improve the rendition of their landscapes in their sceneries.

You can follow the Guadalajara project over on the FSDeveloper forums, or on Magsoft’s Facebook page, where you can also see more information about the developer.

Make sure to stay tuned on FSElite for further information regarding this batch of promising Mexican sceneries.

Tags : GuadalajaraMagMexicoPrepar3D

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