Tuesday, August 13, 2013

ADX FirstLook: EPRZ Rzeszów Jasionka!

P3D. Sorry for the delay folks! News has been tough and we have been very busy! But I am back at the second part of Polish Airports vol.1 X (v3)! This time around, we focus on what I consider to be the most beautiful airport in the package. I say this because there is nearly very little to differ the rendered terminal object to the real place! This work is incredibly realistic and yet another reason why you want it! let's check out Rzeszów! And I took heaps of shots for you too!

This time I thought I would try flying into this airport. What is the point of the Firstlook if I haven't even taken the time to actually enjoy it! I must say, the frames of the airport coupled with the Aerosoft Airbus Extended was actually quite good indeed!

Welcome to Rzeszów!
Obviously the first impression is with that beautiful glass terminal! This is what i meant when I said: there is nearly very little to differ the rendered terminal object to the real place. It just looks that real!

I found myself even expecting to see the reflection of my aircraft in the glass! But that feature will come with a future platform i'm sure...

So now that you have an idea of what the terminal looks like with a good looking aircraft in front of it, let's see the interior and wait for the plane to turn around.

Brand new and looking beautiful! Great architecture! A visit to Poland it worth a visit to the airports alone not to mention the history! There is no history here though. This is the modern side of Poland!

Heading back outside, lets get a closer look at the new terminal. Now the only thing that makes this airport better in P3D is the dynamic reflections that will not appear in FS9. Not that dynamic reflections are not possible in FS9. They are! But requires much work! This is why developers stopped implementing it. But here in P3D, the glass looks very realistic minus what the reflection actually shows...

This is the anti piracy police!

Sadly, the rest of the airport goes bland on texturing. Don't get me wrong, the textures look good. But, nest to all the glass of the terminal, the tower clearly over shadowed.

Ground trxtures although brand new for a new airport, are quite bland texture wise. But as the frames are very high in P3D, I didn't mind.

The night textures are beautiful too!

Just stunning!

There is also animated road traffic below the approach as you can see here.

For such a small airport, I would have preferred to see all the buildings take on the same level of photo-real texture quality as the main terminal. Thinking back on Krakow, every building was done in amazing quality with no lack of efforts at all. Here though, some buildings are quite bland texture wise. But given the fact that you are getting high frames and 4 airports at a very reasonable price. I really didn't mind. I will also point out that buildings bathed in glass should be implemented this way in FS. A texture bake simply would not look anywhere near this good. I am glad Drzewiecki Design uses this method. This is without a doubt the most realistic.

Great job yet again to the team!

According to the Simmarket product page: If you previously purchased DRZEWIECKI DESIGN - POLISH AIRPORTS VOL. 1 FSX or DRZEWIECKI DESIGN - POLISH AIRPORTS VOL1 V2 FSX at simMarket, you are entitled to the special upgrade price of EUR 10.51 (+VAT where applicable) only. NOTE: The special upgrade price will be awarded automatically, therefore you must be logged into your same account used to purchase the previous version! If in doubt contact simMarket support first! NO REFUNDS GIVEN!

Get yours today and enjoy!


The next airport in this package will be covered shortly!

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1 comment:

Sweet Monkey said...

Far better job in Detail and experience when Dz release packages like this. I was sold on this product after these pics. Before that (last night) I was on the fence. Thx DAndre.

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