iniBuilds Announces Oklahoma City Airport for MSFS - IniBuilds, Microsoft Flight Simulator

iniBuilds Announces Oklahoma City Airport for MSFS

The team at iniBuilds took to their various social media platforms to announce their upcoming Oklahoma City Airport (KOKC) rendition for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

In the post, iniBuilds stated that their upcoming recreation of Oklahoma City is based on Xometry Design’s rendition of the same airport for X-Plane 11 and 12 (who are close partners of iniBuilds). IniBuilds vows that the upcoming rendition will be elevated with new features and improvements.

The most striking aspect of this upcoming rendition is the extreme detail of the scenery’s exterior and interior models. For example, the developer recreated animated models of oil wells present at the airport.

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In addition, the interior model of the airport is modelled with intricate details and features in mind. This includes the recreation of accurate ground art of the terminal floor and the inclusion of detailed inscriptions on the terminal glass. These two additions demonstrate the level of the upcoming payware scenery.

Watch the trailer to see the upcoming rendition in action!

The developer did not disclose the exact date of the release nor the pricing details of the upcoming scenery. However, they did specify that the rendition would be released sometime in February.

Are you impressed by the level of detail of this upcoming scenery? Let us know in the comments below!

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Key Features

  • Fully modelled interior
  • Up to date airport and terminal layout
  • HD textures
  • 3D people models
  • Detailed jetways
  • Correct airline parking allocations
  • Fully modelled landside
  • Custom taxi signs 

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