iniBuilds Previews A310 for MSFS and Details A300V2 for XP11
Written by on October 29, 2021
In a post at their forums, Ubaid from iniBuilds has further detailed multiple projects that are currently in the works from the studio, ranging from the much-anticipated A310 rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator to iniManager and a major V2 update for the X-Plane 11 version of the A300 rendition.
A310 for MSFS
First of all, the Airbus A310 rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator was further previewed and detailed. While most of the previews focus on the exterior model, one showcases the EFIS panel in the flight deck.
Ubaid has confirmed that the work is progressing well. Work on systems, textures, sounds and the flight model is currently undergoing and the developers hope to update the community on each area in the coming months.
A300V2 for X-Plane 11
As for the X-Plane community, Ubaid has reassured us that the work on the A300V2 update is also progressing well.
Once released, we can expect the update to bring many improvements to the aircraft. Ranging from the enhanced and improved 3D model, a complete implementation of a comprehensive failures package to CPDLC/ACARS integration and an autosave feature.
Also, the update is of course bring various bug fixes and small improvements throughout the aircraft systems.
We also have implemented a complete 3D Freighter cabin along with a highly requested feature of loading and unloading of cargo. As you can see from the images the textures have been completely overhauled (…)
Ubaid – iniBuilds
The release of this major update, which is going to be free of charge for all existing customers, is expected before the end of the year.
Ubaid has further announced that iniManager is scheduled to release in early November instead of October due to some minor bugs in the Mac version of the application. Once iniManager is out, we can expect a bigger update for Beluga to be released.
Further, at last, after the successful release of Kerry Airport scenery for MSFS earlier this week, Ubaid has announced the works on San Antonio Airport (KSAT) for the same platform and X-Plane 11.
No information was given on the expected features, release date, or pricing, however, a set of previews showcasing the scenery can be seen below.
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