Tuesday, October 15, 2013

FSDT Houston is finally in the sim!

FSX/P3D. A true statement about FSDT is during the early stages of their developments which can last several months, things can be really boring. The reason for this is due to the fact that they always start with the foundation and work their way up in the same way an airport would be developed in real world. But once this phase is complete, the previews start rolling in! And today is the first published set of Houston Bush Intercontinental Airport in FSX. Finally!




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7 comments:

Josh Fredr said...

disappointing news.

Martin said...

The only disappointing thing for me is now I have to chip in for another MegaSceneryEarth state :)))

Mason Dominique said...

Wow promising ! All these tunnels. Houston will obviously be a huge technical challenge with bridges, motorways, tunnels...
I just hope FSDT will give up their dynamic shadow...
Dom Mason

alehead said...

Josh, what is so disappointing about the fact that a developer has started showcasing the next product?

Bizarre...

Josh Fredr said...

that its been several month since announcement and so little has been done from then.

Thad Wheeler said...

If P3D v2 is shaping up to go the way it's predicted, they will be able to. The simulation will do it for them as it should be.

Thad Wheeler said...

I would predict a lot more has been done, particularly in the modeling department, but it's too early for them to feel comfortable previewing them to us. Even with WIP shots developers like to put the best foot forward when possible.

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