Orbx Announces Hollywood Burbank for Prepar3D

ORBX has recently announced that they are working on their rendition of Burbank airport together with its cityscene. The announcement was made through their Facebook page and also shows off some screenshots of the airport.

In the Facebook post, the developer shares an information about this scenery, that will cover the Burbank (KBUR) airport, together with CityScene of Burbank. The developer says that this is going to be an ultra-detailed rendition with PBR textures, incredible attention to detail, dozens of points of interest, two bonus tile airports, unique GSE and static aircraft fleet unique to Burbank, high resolution custom DEM, and much more. Yet, the developer didn’t announce any information regarding the release date.

Features

  • Complete ultra-HD rendition of Hollywood Burbank Airport (KBUR)
  • Custom modelling throughout, with complete PBR textures
  • 1400km2 of extended cityscape scenery with complete SoCal vegetation types & building agn
  • Covers the entirety of the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, as well as surrounding mountain ranges and Hollywood Hills
  • Beautiful hand-coloured and edited ground textures at 30cm & 1m resolution
  • Dozens of points of interest, including major film lots, Universal Studios, Hollywood Sign, Griffith Observatory and more
  • Unique GSE and static aircraft fleet unique to Burbank – don’t expect to see generic airside vehicles or unexpected aircraft types 
  • Custom vegetation, grass and non-airside detailing
  • Optimized for use with default and well-known AI programs
  • Incredibly detailed landside approaches – all industrial buildings, parking lots and retail/fast-food areas modeled in full
  • High-resolution 10m DEM
  • All non-residential buildings as custom 3D models with unique roof textures
  • 2x Bonus Lite AirstripsKVNY Van Nuys and KWHP Whiteman
  • Several skyscraper helipads available for your rotary wing adventures
  • Implements start-of-the-art optimization techniques to ensure best performance

The scenery should work with both Prepar3D v4 and Prepar3D v5. The source of this article can be found on Facebook of Orbx and Orbx forums.



Author: Patrik

My aviation enthusiasm started back in March 2016 and since then I fly almost every day when I have time. I always like to discover new places or new things. The vehicles or any kind of technical things always fascinated me. As I was younger, I was also a journalist in a school magazine, so when I got an opportunity to write articles about my favorite hobby, I immediately jumped in.