Orbx Releases Their Debut Scenery for X-Plane 12

Despite being a long-established development company in the flight simulation community, Orbx has only today released their first scenery for the latest version of X-Plane, the X-Plane 12. The scenery we are talking about is an accurate depiction of Brisbane International Airport (YBBN).

The scenery utilizes the new features that X-Plane 12 provides, giving the simmer a truly accurate rendition of the airport as it stands today. If you decide to buy Orbx’s Brisbane for X-Plane 12, you can be ready to notice an animated monorail, accurately designed mesh, or dozens of custom buildings covering various facilities around the airport.

To further add to the list, the scenery also features custom orthoimagery for the airport area and its vicinity, as well as plenty of other details to explore around the scenery, ranging from small stones to picnic tables. Needless to say, the scenery supports native weather effects to add to the overall immersion and animated ground vehicles.

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You can purchase the scenery through the Orbx store for $28.96 AUD, which is currently about €18.78. There is no discount for owners of the X-Plane 11 version of the scenery.

The team disclosed through their forums, that they can’t announce any discounts/upgrade fees from X-Plane 11 to X-Plane 12 products as it will vary on each product and the amount of work in updating it.

Brisbane Airport is located in Queensland on the eastern coast of Australia. With a peak of 24 million passengers in 2018, Brisbane is Australia’s second-largest airport. It serves as a hub for Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia. Destinations you can fly to from the airport include Dubai, Singapore or Auckland.

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