FlightFactor Further Previews 787 Pro for X-Plane 11

FlightFactor, a well-known X-Plane aircraft developer, has yesterday taken to their Twitter account to share two new renders showcasing their currently developed rendition of Boeing 787 for X-Plane 11.

As well as last time, the commentary was very brief as the post only said: “Something for you from our 3D team“. It is clear, that FlightFactor wants to keep the community updated on the development progress as this is already the third time this month the developers have shared previews of this specific aircraft.

Today’s set of previews focuses, as well as previous sets, on showcasing the texturing and modelling work done on the cockpit. Keep in mind, that the screenshots below may not be showcasing the final product.

No new information has been disclosed about the expected release date or pricing details, however, based on the screenshots, the aircraft is still in early stage of the development.

Developers have mentioned in the announcement post about two months ago, that the FlightFactor 787 Pro will conquer new heights in complexity, usability, and variety of features. Furthermore, we can expect a next level of texturing and 3D rendering. It is going to be the first product in the “Pro” series by FlightFactor.

Source: FlightFactor Twitter



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