Drzewiecki Design Updates Washington Landmarks to v1.1 (MSFS)

Drzewiecki Design, a well-known multi-platform scenery developer, has earlier today released an update for their Washington Landmarks scenery for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Enhancing the default cityscape of Washington D.C. in United States, the new version of the scenery brings new landmarks to the city, custom lighting added to default bridges, and two new custom bridges.

Furthermore, new buildings were added to the Crystal City located just west of the Ronal Reagan Washington National Airport (KDCA), and the President and First Lady were changed in the White House building.

The new version of the scenery should be already available to be downloaded through the stores. In order to install the new version, simply replace the previous version of the scenery with the new files.

If you want to purchase the scenery, you can do so through a range of flight simulation stores for a price of approximately €15 with VAT excluded.

Changelog (v1.1)

  • US President, First Lady, and Vice President changed
  • All included airports now have custom AFDs
  • New landmarks: The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, D.C. War Memorial
  • New bridges: Francis Scott Key Bridge, Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge
  • Custom lighting added to default bridges
  • Vector data changes – more marinas visible
  • Major installer code changes
  • New buildings in the Crystal City

Author: George

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