ShortFinal Design Releases San Fransisco Definitive for X-Plane

The team at ShortFinal Design has recently released their definitive rendition of San Francisco International Airport (KSFO) for X-Plane. This is an upgrade to their freeware project released almost eight years ago. The release was announced through a post on their Facebook page.

The scenery is an accurate representation of the real airport. The developers have used PBR materials. The scenery features custom dynamic night lighting as well as custom high-resolution ground textures. ShortFinal has modelled the interior of the terminals. They have also included a high-resolution photo scenery. These premium features give the user an even bigger immersion.

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For an even more immersive experience, the developer has animated various objects around the airport. The scenery features animated airport vehicles, animated workers and passengers as well as custom jetways and a docking system. The user will also be able to open various hangar doors.

Shortfinal stated that the scenery will be compatible with X-Plane 12. If you wish to purchase this scenery, you can do so through the X-Plane.org store for $26.95. To learn more about the development of this add-on, you can have a look at Patrik’s article here.

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