Saturday, June 8, 2013

...and back to Dulles!

FSX/P3D. So here we are with the next set of ADX Exclusives of FlightBeam Dulles International! Just looking at the texture baking work here, it's no doubt that FlightBeam is right on par with FlyTampa and FSDT and in many aspects, even better! Of course though, you can expect the kind of performance you would normally expect from FT least anyone might be feeling there will be another unusable YVR situation here. It seems many of you like the night lighting methods, so here are some more for you!  The last exclusives before release will come tomorrow! It's getting close! Enjoy!





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5 comments:

Todd said...

I can't wait for the release of this airport. I don't live far from Dulles and every screenshot I have seen so far captures the airport and surrounding area beautifully. The autogen trees and shrubs look lifelike and the level of detail seen in these screenies is something to behold.

Anonymous said...

Looks awesome! Hope the consider doing KBUR next

Anonymous said...

I can wait for the release but i don't want to.

:P


Anonymous said...

This is going to make me return to flying in the US on VATSIM. I just love it when developers develop beyond our expectations (and it doesn't take them 5 years to do it :P)

Sid said...

You're not wrong there Anon. Another good job Mir. And looks distinctly different from the other 2 really fabulous projects again. Can't wait to transit the 777 through with transatlantic flights from the upcoming new London Heathrow, and FT Dubai. Perhaps on to somewhere in Latin America. Can't imagine how good the next projects will be. These huge Flightbeam hubs are just what we need when FTX Global and the 2 new PMDG birds are unleashed. Keep 'em coming. wherever and whenever. Not bad at all for 'a not much more than a one man team', not bad at all.

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