Skyline Simulations Provides Cincinnati Airport Previews for MSFS
February 20, 2021
Earlier this week, multi-sim developer Skyline Simulations published a series of previews for its upcoming Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (KCVG) scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The pictures depict the cargo terminal and surrounding buildings of the airport that the developer has built from the ground up.
In a post announcing the scenery a few months ago, the developer revealed that the product will mirror its real-life counterpart, utilize high-quality PBR textures, and have multiple versions that reflect the airport in different time periods.
From the previews, it can be seen that the modeling and texturing of what seems to be the airport’s cargo terminal is mostly finished. Additionally, at least some of the road signs around the airport have also been completed.
The screenshots, however, do not reveal the development progress on other aspects/areas of the airport. Furthermore, no additional information is provided in the post besides the previews.
For more information on Skyline Simulation’s Cincinnati Airport, check out a previous article about this scenery.
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