Gaya Simulations Kos Trailer

Gaya Simulations, a developer behind sceneries such as Courchevel or Vienna, today shared via their Facebook page a trailer of their upcoming Kos scenery for both P3D and XP11 together with some info about the release. We were recently given brief info about the release. Today, Gaya Simulations have specified the exact time.

Kos | Prepar3D Trailer

Exciting times… The Prepar3D trailer for Kos has dropped, thanks to Maurice for putting it together – have a watch below :)Regular retail sales of Kos for Prepar3D and X-Plane 11 will begin via OrbxDirect on Saturday at 19:00z.Coupon holders can redeem their Prepar3D codes for 24 hours after Kos for P3D has released before they become invalid. Then, once Prepar3D codes are in valid on Sunday at 19:00z, the X-Plane codes will be activated. You'll have 24 hours to redeem your X-Plane codes.To make it very clear: you DO NOT need to download the scenery within 24 hours. You just need to enter the code on the website and once that is done you'll get unlimited access to the scenery. This can be done via mobile in case you're out and about when Kos drops.One last thing – we're expecting heavy load on the servers due to the amount of people wanting to make the most of this great deal, so please, have some patience and enjoy Kos!thanks to AviationLads for the superb video!

Zveřejnil(a) Gaya Simulations dne Pátek 7. února 2020

The scenery will get released on Saturday (8.2) at 19:00z on OrbxDirect for a normal retail price. If you have the coupon, you will be able to redeem the P3D version on the Gaya Simulations website within 24 hours after the P3D version release. The X-Plane 11 users will be able to redeem their scenery on Sunday at 19:00z – 24 hours after the release.

After redeeming you will be able to download the scenery without any limits. Gaya Simulations also mentioned that they are expecting heavy load on the servers due to the number of people wanting to redeem the scenery.

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