Continuing on their fast-moving release schedule, Orbx have released another airport for Microsoft Flight Simulator today in the form of Bryce Canyon Airport in southern Utah.
Billed as a premier base for the Bryce Canyon National Park, the airport can also be used as a hub for scenic flying in and out of nearby parks like Zion, Arches and Monument Valley according to the developer.
"Ken [Hall] has brought his famous eye for detail to this new airfield; all buildings have been perfectly recreated in complete UHD detail. Careful implementation of PBR and normal mapping brings out the best of the new sim engine, whilst custom hand-edited aerial imagery brings a considerable improvement to the ground colouring and detail over the default Bing imagery," reads the product description.
Here's the full feature list:
Available for $17.99 AUD (approx. US$12.64 | €10,87 | £9.92), the product weighs in at 1.36GB when downloaded.
Grab it from OrbxDirect here.
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