Orbx Releases Brisbane Airport for MSFS

Orbx has released their recently announced rendition of Brisbane International airport (YBBN) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. It is following the release of their Sogndal Haukasen Airport rendition, which was released last week. The release of this rendition has been announced through their forums.

Brisbane International Airport is an airport located near Brisbane, Australia. It is the primary airport for Southeast Queensland, and it has routes across Australia, Asia, New Zealand and Hawaii.

Orbx has implemented various features into this scenery. The PBR textures take care of accurate lighting and reflections around the airport, there are custom jetways, custom, accurate ground poly and dynamic lighting. Speaking of the airport layout, the developer made the most up-to-date airport layout possible, making this rendition accurate comparing to the real-life counterpart.

Features

  • High quality rendition of YBBN Brisbane International
  • PBR textures on hero assets
  • Current airport layout with parallel runways
  • Custom jetways
  • Dynamic night lighting
  • Custom groundpoly

Customers of the previous version of the scenery available for ESP platforms (Prepar3D, FSX) are eligible to get the scenery for a 50% discount, in the case they have the Brisbane v1 on their account, or 20% discount if they have Brisbane v2 on their account. The scenery is available through the Orbx Central or Orbx website for approximately €13.11



Author: Patrik

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