FlightBeam Releases Auckland Airport for MSFS
Written by on November 11, 2021
Previously released for Prepar3D, FlightBeam has released their recreation of Auckland Airport (NZAA) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery development dates all the way to October the last year, over a year ago already. Back then, the developers have announced the scenery with high anticipation promising this piece to offer users a next-generation experience.
Now, when we know all the details, we can with confidence say that the developers did truly bring a plethora of features to the scenery as they promised. It features hand-painted multi-layered 4K PBR textures with custom wear & tear and astounding detail.
Further, the developers have also brought a wide variety of custom static aircraft, custom lighting its and sources accurately placed throughout the scenery as well as the control tower and key terminal parts interior.
The developers from FlightBeam have also included a list of items they are currently working on. These include a VDGS System for each gate, improved living world assets, and an update that should reflect the current airport construction.
No details were disclosed on the timeframe when can we expect these to come.
The scenery can be currently purchased through FlightBeam’s website for a decent price of $19.99, which is equal to about €17.50.
Auckland International Airport (NZAA) is the largest and busiest airport in New Zealand. It is located 21 kilometers away from the city center of Auckland. The airport serves as the main hub for Air New Zealand and serves destinations such as Sydney, Vancouver, Beijing, Houston, Los Angeles, or Dubai.
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