Prealsoft Scenery Design Releases Vienna Landmarks for MSFS

Last time mentioned by the developer just yesterday, Prealsoft Scenery Design has taken today to their Facebook Page to officially announce the release of their Vienna Landmarks product for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

This is already the third scenery from the developer that enhances the default cityscapes in the Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery offers its users features such as custom night textures, enhanced night lighting, custom autogen buildings, or major points of interest in Vienna, for example.

Points of interest such as Ernst-Happel Stadium, Donau City, Rathaus, St. Stephen’s Cathedral, or Gasometer are present in the scenery. The complete feature list can be seen below in the article.

The scenery can be purchased through SimMarket for €9.90 with VAT excluded.

The scenery is as well compatible with Vienna International Airport (LOWW) sceneries by other developers. As it was not specified with which sceneries exactly, we can only assume, that it is compatible with all sceneries.

Vienna is the capital city of Austria. It is located in the eastern part of the country, just a few miles west of borders with Slovakia. The city is home to numerous landmarks visited by over 14 million tourists annually. The city has only one international airport – LOWW.

Features

  • Main city POIs reproduced which includes Ernst-Happel Stadium, Donau City, Rathaus, Stephansdom, Gasometer and more.
  • Night textures and light enhancements
  • PBR
  • Custom autogen buildings
  • Misc objects  
  • Fully compatible LOWW Airport Addons
  • POIs icons 


Author: George

I've been a flight sim enthusiast for some time now, and I've always enjoyed flying to various destinations all over the world. My favourite airport is by far Corfu with its scenic and challenging approach. I founded FSNews in May 2019.

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