Xometry Design Announces Victorville for MSFS

Renown flight simulation developer iniBuilds has recently posted on their Facebook page on behalf of Xometry Design the development of the infamous Victorville airport (KVCV), otherwise known as the “plane graveyard” for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The scenery will be Xometry Design’s first for the sim.

As for the sceneries features, it is relatively unknown but we can assume it will be highly detailed and will meet the standard for modern day scenery as seen by the singular image previewed.

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The scenery was previously developed by Xometry for X-Plane 11, it is unclear whether the scenery is a conversion or rebuilt from the ground up.

As for release date and pricing, no information was shared in the post.

Victorville Airport, also known as Southern California Logistics Airport is located in San Bernardino. Prior to its civil usage, the facility was George Air Force Base, from 1941 to 1992 a United States Air Force flight training facility. In modern days the airport is mainly used for storage of aircraft, and has been particularly used in the Covid-19 pandemic.

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