Drzewiecki Design Newark to Release Soon for MSFS

Drzewiecki Design is currently working on his recreation of Newark Liberty Airport (KEWR) for the Microsoft Flight Simulator. IniBuilds has shared the first video trailer of this upcoming scenery through their YouTube channel today.

Newark Liberty International Airport is an international airport located in New Jersey. It is marked as one of the main gateways to Europe, South America, Asia and Oceania from New York City and its surroundings. Newark Liberty is also a part of the New York Airport System, joining JFK and LaGuardia.

While there is no complete feature list shared yet, we can notice in the video some of the key features this scenery is going to have. The scenery is going to include custom static aircraft around the scenery. Drzewiecki Design has created a detailed 3D terminal interior, with significant attention to detail. Speaking of the surrounding area, Drzewiecki Design has modelled the famous Port of Newark, located in the close vicinity of the airport.

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Furthermore, there are a plethora of animations, such as ground handling, terminal trains, people, and much more. Speaking of night lighting, Drzewiecki Design created his own as well.

The developer didn’t share much more information about the release yet. However, it is going to release soon, according to the video description. The developer didn’t reveal the pricing either.

If you would like to learn more about Drzewiecki Design, you can read more about their projects here. We highly recommend taking a look at their Renton scenery though.

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