Jarrad Marshall, Orbx developer, has today announced via the Orbx forums a new scenery being developed for Prepar3D v4 and v5. This time, Orbx is working on Rijeka International Airport (LDRI) which is located in the northern part of Croatia.
A feature list has been included within the post, and based on that, the scenery will feature “dozens” of POIs, complete 4K depiction of the airport, PBR materials, dynamic night lighting, or extensive coverage area of which a map can be seen below. As usual, the complete feature list can be found at the bottom of the article.
Perfect as your next European summer holiday destination, Rijeka International Airport is due for arrival very soon. Be sure to keep an eye on the preview forums and our Facebook page for more info over the coming weeks!
It was said, that the scenery is due to arrival very soon, but nothing specific was mentioned. We should get more information in the coming weeks.
- Complete UHD depiction of Rijeka International Airport, Croatia
- Beautiful hand-crafted textures implementing advanced materials materials, including PBR and custom env maps
- Rijeka’s well-known Brutalist terminal modeled in full detail
- Extensive coverage area at 50cm, encompassing parts of Rijeka, Krk Island and approaches
- Incredible unique static aircraft & GSE created exclusively for this airport
- Extended coverage area including custom DEM, re-worked coastlines, roads, landclass and more
- Animated GSE and carpark vehicles
- Dozens of POI, including the famous Krk Bridge
- Hand-placed autogen & complete seasonal variations
- Stunning dynamic & baked night lighting
- A 747-capable airport, host to most European leisure airlines
- A short hop to other Orbx favourites such as Dubrovnik, Belgrade, Pula & Innsbruck
- Designed for P3Dv4 & P3Dv5 to blend seamlessly with Global Base, also compatible with openLC Europe
- Carefully optimized for very high performance, even with high-end aircraft.
- The latest from acclaimed developer Rasha Tucakov(Dubrovnik/Belgrade/Pula)
Source: Orbx Forums