Drzewiecki Design, a well-known scenery developer on the flight simulation scene, has today shared via their social networks three new screenshots from the recently released Microsoft Flight Simulator showcasing their scenery covering landmarks in Moscow, the capital of Russia.
The scenery was originally intended to be released yesterday, but got delayed and is scheduled to be released tomorrow. The delay has been justified by the fact, that the developers have included airport enhancements to seven airports in the area.
These (enhanced airports) are not really “detailed” airports per se but they look much more realistic than those default.
While the simulator in default features only two custom-modelled landmarks in Moscow, the scenery will feature thousands of custom-modelled buildings and landmarks.
It was mentioned in the comment section under the announcement post, that the scenery price will be set around €7 (price of London Landmarks from Orbx), but the exact price has not been made clear by the developer.