Orbx Releases TrueEarth EU Canary Islands for X-Plane 11
December 27, 2020
Available now on Orbx Direct, the development team over at Orbx Simulation Systems has released TrueEarth EU Canary Islands, adding to the list of TrueEarth products available for X-Plane 11.
The scenery from Orbx includes “nine idyllic islands to explore in phenomenal detail” and “the fully hand-crafted and highly detailed GCLA La Palma Airport.”
Every island located within this scenery has been created by the developer with “its own characteristics and charm” to bring the famous idyllic Islands to life in the simulator. The islands also contain “millions of pieces of vegetation, buildings, and miles of road,” all accurately placed, allowing for proper VFR flight around the area.
Orbx has also provided a “key feature list,” which is visible below.
- Complete coverage for all nine Canary Islands (El Hierro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, Lanzarote, Chinijo Archipelago, La Palma, Tenerife and La Graciosa)
- Explore each island in exquisite detail with hundreds of points of interest to seek out
- Includes Orbx payware quality rendition of La Palma Airport, featuring stunning PBR material texturing, detailed modelling and SAM jetways
- Hand-crafted and colour-matched aerial imagery bringing each island to life
- Accurately placed hotels, resorts, towns and other landmarks easily identifiable as you fly
- Discover natural attractions such as Maspalomas, Teide National Park and Mount Teide in rich detail
- Expertly crafted coastlines with beautiful water masking for famous beaches such as El Medano, Sotavento and El Cotillo
- Millions of accurately placed trees, forests and custom building autogen to provide authentic Spanish vibes across the archipelago
- Project led by legendary developer Tony Wroblewski
- GCLA La Palma Airport developed by the Orbx Havant Studio
You can purchase the product for $44.95 AUD from the developer’s store.
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