Orbx Announces Dublin Landmarks for MSFS

Orbx has recently taken to its Facebook page to announce a new product in its Landmarks series. Ireland’s capital, Dublin, will get its representation by Orbx in Microsoft Flight Simulator soon.

Dublin Landmarks scenery package is going to show the beauty of this city within Microsoft Flight Simulator. Orbx, as usual, creates a detailed rendition with immersive attention to detail.

This package is going to include major landmarks such as Trinity College, Guinness Breweries, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the bridges over the Liffey River. There are also going to be custom AI vehicles, such as classic yellow double-decker buses and custom vessels in the port.

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Features

  • Highly detailed representation of the City of Dublin and surrounding areas including all the major landmarks from Trinity College to the Guinness Breweries
  • Many enhancements to the city and surrounding areas, improved building placement, marinas, vessels, cranes, and much more.
  • Animated vessels throughout the port
  • Animated yellow double-decker buses across the main bridges of the River Liffey
  • Stunning night lighting based on real-world photography
  • Over 60 high-detailed POIs with PBR texturing
  • Strenuously optimized for the best performance using efficient 3D modelling and texturing techniques
  • Fully compatible with World Update 3 (UK & Ireland)
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Orbx also shared much more screenshots on their forums website. If you would like to see more by Orbx, you can check out our articles about their Melbourne Landmarks, Panama Landmarks or Mumbai Landmarks.

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