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FSDG Bremen: The FSElite Review [Written and Video]

Product Information
Developer
FSDG
Purchase From
FSDG
Price
€21.00
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Version Reviewed
1.10
Press Copy Provided By
simMarket
SimMarket
FSElite's preferred Flight Sim vendor is SimMarket. (Why?)

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Update 22 April 2019 – We have added our video review to the written one below.

Introduction

For months, the public has been admiring the development previews as they rolled out. And finally, FSDG has released what appears to be one of their most detailed and catered for addons to date.

Bremen is the principal compact airport connecting the city and state of Bremen, North West Germany to the rest of the world. It primarily features flights to metropolitan destinations scattered throughout Europe. It is also a Ryanair base, meaning you have flexibility when it comes to routes throughout the continent.

As any other scenery, this one has its quirks, perks and lows. From looking at its product page, I find it quite comparable to some recent major releases. Especially in terms of the heightened level of detail we’ve been seeing as a result of the latest advancements Prepar3D v4 has to offer.

On their product page, FSDG advertises Bremen with the tagline: “It can’t get any better than this!”. Let’s get right into this review and see if this addon and all aspects around it live up to this tagline.

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Flight Sim Development Group (FSDG) has previewed the first shots of their upcoming Bremen Airport (EDDW). The 3D shots of the terminal demonstrate the detail the team are aiming for with this release. You can see the range of textures, modelling and techniques being used to create a realistic airport for the sim.

Bremen airport (EDDW), is a focus airport for low cost airlines like Ryanair and Germania in Northern Germany. It’s a growing airport with a range of destinations available to explore and discover.

 

No word on an ETA right now, but we imagine it’s still far from finished. We’ll continue to watch their development cycle and provide you with updates going forward.

Make sure you keep an eye on their Facebook page for more details.

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