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Orbx San Diego Updated

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Orbx has released an update for San Diego (KSAN). The update carries version number 1.10. The update features Prepar3D dynamic lighting and updated vehicles amongst other things. You can download the update through Orbx Direct.

Changelog

  • New GSE vehicle,  unique for KSAN with the iconic purple-blue luggage vehicles, TUG, push-back vehicles etc..
  • Dynamic lights (P3Dv4 only).
  • New Jetways (Control Panel option)
  • Better blending of the photoreal of the airport zone with the photoreal of the surrounding
  • Better night illumination near the airport
 
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Orbx Previews of San Diego (KSAN) 1.10 Patch

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Over on the Orbx forums, Iain has previewed some new shots of the upcoming San Diego (KSAN) 1.10 patch. The update was originally announced by developer Matteo Veneziani back in November, addressing many things including better blending of photoreal scenery, dynamic lighting and new jetways. San Diego was released earlier in 2016 and was met with some good feedback, along
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Orbx Announces San Diego (KSAN) Service Pack 1

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Whilst we really enjoyed Orbx's San Diego (KSAN) airport, we did feel there was some elements that could be improved on to make it a more meaningful purchase. Fortunately for us, relatively new Orbx developer Matteo Veneziani, has confirmed that service pack 1 is very much in the works and aims to implement and fix various things to make the Californian
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LatinVFR Has Released San Diego V2 for P3Dv4

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LatinVFR have today released San Diego V2 specifically for Prepar3D V4. The new version of San Diego builds upon their original release, which was released back in 2014. Since then the team have gone back and designed the Californian airport to suit modern machines and simulators. Version 2 of LatinVFR's scenery includes native ground polygons which has been designed all
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Win a Free Copy of Orbx San Diego

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Yesterday, Orbx released San Diego (KSAN) for Prepar3d and FSX. We are pretty excited about the release and you should be too! Matteo Veneziani is a new developer for Orbx and is looking to impress the community, and San Diego appears to be doing that already.

To help share our excitement, we’re pleased to be able to offer you the chance to win a FREE COPY of San Diego.

All you need to do is make sure you’ve liked our Facebook page.

If you want to increase your chances of winning, then follow our Instagram as well.

On April 9th, we’ll randomly select someone who has either liked or followed us, and send you a message informing you that you’ve won!

HUGE thank you to Orbx for making this happen. If you don’t win, we’ll be sure to have reviews online in the next couple of weeks, as well as some video footage.  Or if you can’t wait, you can buy it from Orbx for $39.95AUS.

A few rules:

  • We only have one copy to give away, so the winner will be randomly picked from either Instagram or Facebook.
  • The winner will be contacted via the social media platform, and will have 24 hours to respond before we move onto someone else
  • You must have an OrbxDirect account to receive the prize

 

 
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Orbx Release San Diego

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We have been waiting for this product for quite some time now. But the time has finally come and San Diego has been released. We have been reporting some of the updates through it's development progress and are pleased that it is now out. This scenery comes as a needed replacement for LatinVFR's rendition of San Diego which was getting
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Orbx San Diego International – Full Project Details

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A little while ago, Orbx teased some excellent images of their upcoming San Diego project. Since then, multiple images were available on the forums to view. Today Matteo Veneziani has shared more details including that the project will span 1800km^2 of photoreal scenery, hundreds of points of interest and of course a "very accurate" rendition of San Diego airport. As you can
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