Orbx Unveils Göteborg Landvetter for MSFS
October 8, 2020
Orbx's ambitious expansion into developing for the new MSFS continues with a port of a relatively new P3D scenery, Gothenburg Landvetter for MSFS. Developed by renowned developer Marcus Nyberg, Landvetter marks his first foray into Microsoft Flight Simulator.
For those already enjoying Landvetter in Prepar3d, you can expect the same meticulous effort put into reproducing the airport in-sim, along with new visual tweaks features to harness the full power of MSFS's rendering engine. The scenery comes laid out with custom aerial imagery, its objects reskinned with completely overhauled 4K PBR texturing, with unique GSE and static aircraft populating across the airfield, terrain-defined runway, advanced dynamic lighting and more.
Not to mention, given it's distinctive cold climate, Orbx's Göteborg Landvetter rendition comes ready with winter seasonal rendition in mind - ideal for those mid-January flights:
Here is the feature list:
- Exquisitely detailed 4k depiction of ESGG Gothenburg Landvetter Airport
- Sweden's second-busiest airport, served by over 40 local and long-haul airlines
- Ultra-detailed 4K textures with completely overhauled PBR texturing
- Highly detailed ground poly with custom lines and markings
- Interior modelling for main terminal
- Beautiful hand-coloured custom aerial imagery
- New custom static aircraft & GSE unique to Landvetter Airport
- Stunning dynamic night lighting
- Weather-influenced ground textures
- Completely AI-compatible
- Terrain-defined runway
- Perfect for a short hop to Ålesund Vigra Airport, with more Scandinavian destinations on the way!
- Painstakingly optimized for very high performance
- The first project for MSFS from renowned developer Marcus Nyberg
The airfield's location serves as a perfect starting point for short regional hops across Scandinavia, or heavy-metal flights beyond. Göteborg Landvetter is the pilot product of Orbx's Swedish Series for MSFS, so it needs not be said that there'll be more delicious airports coming on the way!
For the full announcement with the full set of images, head over to their announcement thread at their official forum.
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