Orbx Announces Bryce Canyon Airport for MSFS

Orbx, a prominent scenery developer within the community, has today came to their social networks and forums to announce the development of their Bryce Canyon (KBCE) scenery for the Microsoft Flight Simulator. This is the first product to be released for the new simulator by Orbx without having its Prepar3D or X-Plane 11 variant already released.

When released, the scenery will be available to be purchased, for a yet unknown price, via OrbxDirect and the Microsoft Marketplace. The release date is unknown, but based on the forum post, the scenery is coming very soon.

The feature list has not been shared, however, some parts of it were teased. It should feature PBR implementation, ultra high-detail modelling, or hand-edited custom aerial imagery, for example.

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Bryce Canyon Airport (KBCE) is a small public airport located just north of Bryce Canyon in Utah, United States. Its location is interesting due to the neighboring Bryce Canyon National Park and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. The airport is operated only by charter airlines such as Grand Canyon Airlines or Air Vegas.



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