Infinite Flight Adding 3D Buildings and Clouds

Mobile flight simulator Infinite Flight will add 3D buildings and clouds in the future. As a much-requested feature, the team at Infinite Flight continue to add new technology and assets to the mobile flight simulator as progress is made on the platform. Speaking in their 2020 Year in Review article, Infinite Flight made it clear that whilst 2020 was a challenging year for them (and wholeheartedly missed the in-person shows), they made great advances and progress with their core platform development.


Before going into detail on the upcoming features, an infographic highlighting how popular the app has been over a year of lockdowns and stay at home orders has really been. Over 9 million online flight hours have been had by users, across 10.4 million online flights. In that time, 18,000 members of the community signed up, and over 1,100 community events took place in the platform. Whilst the community grew, Infinite Flight itself also saw 3 major app updated, 5 brand new aircraft builds and over 70 new or reworked liveries.

Whilst all of these improvements have been part of streamlining the app further, it has also meant the development team could focus on adding features such as 3D clouds and 3D buildings to the application. A short sneak-peek was shared in the Year in Review trailer showcasing some of the progress made on these core features. It’s still very much an unknown as to when these two popular items will be made available, but the team said that “the decision to show progress was not made lightly.”

As always, FSElite will continue to follow the development progress of Infinite Flight. You can check out the latest large update which saw the Boeing 777 reworked for the application to include a 3D cockpit. 


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Infinite Flight Releases 20.1

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X-Plane Mobile MMO Now Available

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Laminar Research has released its latest update for their X-Plane Mobile service which now includes the previously announced massively multiplayer online (MMO) service. Those on the premium subscription will be able to take part in the online world with friends close and far away. The new MMO is a completely new way to address multiplayer in the mobile worlds and
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In a long Facebook post, Aerofly FS 2 has announced their FS2020 simulator on mobile. While it will be a new purchase, this version is an update of the existing FS2019 rather than an entire new version. It sees the addition of new flying areas such as Nevada, Utah, Colorado and the Denver city area. This means that the Grand
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Laminar Research posted on Facebook earlier today with a new screenshot and more information for their update to X-Plane Mobile. The newest version of X-Plane Mobile is nearing completion and will be the first to feature Global Scenery. A screen shot of the new scenery and airports was included and can be referenced above.

Accompanying the new global scenery, X-Plane Mobile will include 10,000 3D airports with the likes of terminals, hangars, control towers, baggage carts, fuel tanks, and much more. As if that wasn’t enough to get excited about, PBR lighting, atmospheric scattering, improved fog quality, and more will be included.

X-Plane is currently looking for beta testers to help test all the new features.  There is no cost to participate in the beta and the application link can be found here. That’s all the information for now, stay tuned to FSElite for more updates on X-Plane Mobile!

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Laminar Research Announces Offline Flying for X-Plane Mobile

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Laminar Research Adds to X-Plane Mobile Update Schedule

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The often forgotten member of the X-Plane family, X-Plane Mobile, is about to get a serious overhaul according to the X-Plane by Laminar Research page on Facebook. Back in June, Laminar announced that global scenery, along with 10,000 3D airports were headed the way of the mobile simming platform, with terminals, hangars, towers, fire stations, jetways, baggage carts, belt loaders,
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Infinite Flight Update 19.2 Released

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Back in May, we shared the trailer for the upcoming XCub update in Infinite Flight. The XCub inclusion was just a portion of the 19.2 update, which brings a range of new updates, fixes and change to the mobile flight simulator. The XCub comes as part of the app purchase (replacing the Super Decathlon) so that all users of Infinite Flight will
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