X-Codr Showcases Denver Airport in X-Plane 12

Through the Facebook page of X-Plane, X-Codr has shared new previews of his upcoming Denver Airport (KDEN) for X-Plane 12. Yes, you’ve read it, X-Plane 12. Many developers have actually recently begun sharing their projects in X-Plane 12. You can read one of our other articles detailing them by clicking here.

Back to the subject, the three previews showcasing Denver Airport for X-Plane 12 can be seen below. They will give you a good idea of what the scenery has to offer alongside the X-Plane 12 visuals.

The PBR reflections are very notable in this case. In some cases, they even make the objects seem unrealistic. It is, on the other hand, important to note that the screenshots likely do not represent the final product.

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Further, the previews nicely depict the new volumetric clouds X-Plane 12 will come with as well as the new weather effects. In this case, the water puddles at the airport ground.

X-Codr has also confirmed that Denver will be updated to X-Plane 12 free of charge for all owners. Additionally, since the current version of the scenery is V1.52, and the previews are showcasing the V2, it is likely that X-Codr also brought improvements to the scenery.

If you want to purchase X-Codr’s Denver for X-Plane 11, you can do so through the X-Plane.org Store for $29.95, or about €28.

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You can read more about upcoming X-Plane 12 addons through our dedicated page by clicking here.

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