Gaya Simulations Releases More Kos Previews
International developer Gaya Simulations has produced more X-Plane screenshots of their upcoming Kos scenery for both X-Plane 11 and Prepar3D.
The Greek Island airport first shot to fame in the flight sim community when the developer offered both versions of the scenery for free over the 7 days between Christmas 2019 and New Year 2020. Users who signed up will receive the airport for free once it is completed.
In a post on Gaya's forum, the developer writes: "More from Kos, this time in X-Plane 11. We're in a very advanced stage on both versions of LGKO, which is one of the benefits of developing both simultaneously as opposed to porting one from the other.
"Now that the airport is almost complete, focus shifts to the island as a whole, which you'll see in later posts.
"Currently we're in the first of the beta builds, which will slowly progress to a release candidate over the coming weeks. There is still no release date in mind just yet, but we'll inform you as we get closer to launch. A warning, the images shown in this thread are very much a work in progress and are not representative of the final product."
This confirms that Gaya Simulations, already one of the largest in the industry with a claimed 36 employees, develops sceneries for two simulators in tandem, which means in theory artifacts from the conversion process should not be present in either of the new sceneries for X-Plane: Kos and Vienna.
See the source post for this article on the Gaya Simulations Forum here.