Drzewiecki Design are returning to their roots with their latest X-Plane and Prepar3D scenery with the announcement of Kraków as their next project this morning.
The Polish developer returns home from excursions to Seattle and Chicago most recently, with a Tokyo City and Airports combination also in the works, which was extensively previewed this week.
The announcement came in the form of a Facebook post, which informed users that Kraków will, for the first time, come to X-Plane - featuring not only a full rendition of Kraków's John Paul II Airport, but also the surrounding city with a special focus on EPKC, an abandoned airport-turned aviation museum.
"EPKK Kraków v3 is our upcoming FSX/P3D/XP February release. Pictures show the EPKC airport which has not been included previously (there is a large aviation museum "Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego w Krakowie") and on the last shot, you can see the whole Kraków old town.
"EPKK itself will feature major updates, including the main terminal and other major buildings done from scratch. The terminal features full interior. It is going to be a payware update for FSX/P3D customers, the first payware since 2011. The X-Plane version was not previously released."
The group's last release came in the form of a City and Airports pack centering around 'the Windy City', Chicago - their second in the United States - following Seattle in 2018.
See the source post for this article on the Drzewiecki Design Facebook page.
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