Earlier this month, we reported about Axonos announcing a new scenery for X-Plane 11. Back then, although we knew from the developer the airport the scenery is going to cover is Jackson Hole Airport (KJAC) in Wyoming, we didn’t know what to expect from it as only a single preview was shared.

Recently, Axonos took to their social network to further detail the scenery. Including an announced release date, feature list, and pricing details. With that being said, the scenery is scheduled to be released on March 26th, 2021 with a price set to $22.90 or €19.30.

About what features we can expect, Axonos promises to deliver hand-corrected orthophoto imagery for VFR flights, detailed buildings with PBR textures, high-resolution ground textures, animated marshallers and seasonal variants using SAM plugins, or hand-placed vegetation and buildings in the airport vicinity.

The scenery can be preordered through the developer’s Gumroad store for the previously mentioned price of $22.90 or €19.30.

Axonos has, in the comment section under one of the posts at their Facebook page, confirmed, that they are currently working on bringing the scenery to Microsoft Flight Simulator with no further information shared on the topic.

Feature list

  • Hand corrected high resolution orthophoto for VFR flights
  • Detailed apron and buildings with PBR textures
  • Custom ground vehicles specially made for Jackson Hole 
  • High resolution and detailed ground textures
  • Full SAM marshallers and Seasons implemented 
  • Compatible with World Traffic 3 & Justflight Traffic Global
  • Hand placed trees & houses for the surrounding area  

Author: George

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