Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Orbx Auckland + Queenstown!

FSX/P3D. Next up this morning, Queenstown (NZQN)  and Auckland (NZAA)! Queenstown is entering beta tomorrow so this wonderful airport may be in our simulators sooner than later. Moreover, we finally get our first look at Auckland! See inside for more.
 
First preview set from Auckland (NZAA) - coming late 2013:



 
Queensland (NZQN) - entering beta tomorrow:
 
 
See the massive update from Orbx this morning - click here
 

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Very nice, although there needs to be some texture baking work underneath the jetways. NZAA Ground poly also look a bit low res.

Anonymous said...

I would imagine they'll look into it, they've got a couple of months.

Mahin Khandaker said...

I can't wait fly long flights to NZAA!

Anonymous said...

The blurry ground poly might not be fixable though, either they have to source higher resolution images or they'll overuse the sharpen tool in Photoshop.

Mark Hrycenko said...

The ground poly has not yet been implemented. Still very early WIP.

John Venema said...

There will be a full ground poly at NZAA; those shots are pre-alpha WIP stuff very early in the project. So we'll do the usual GP with shadows baked in etc. Looking at asking the 29Palms guys to do it since they did such a fantastic job for us at EGFF Cardiff.

Anonymous said...

Looks great to me. Can't wait. Orbx are the best.

Anonymous said...

There are ground polys in the king air & terminal shots. It looks perfect to me. Orbx are the best by far.

Anonymous said...

YES! 29Palms doing the GP for NZAA! This is going to be awesome. WOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOO

Anonymous said...

I hope Orbx will include the new taxiway Lima at NZAA.

Anonymous said...

Best thing is, both these airports are being made by KIWIS!

Anonymous said...

Thanks, that's what I wanted to hear.

Anonymous said...

Haha, I guess NZFF wont have any complaints now. LOL

Anonymous said...

Orbx's Kiwi-Force-shield™ is activated :)

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