• Taburet - XPOrbit Scenery Enhancement for X-Plane Released

    Complete X-Plane 10 scenery coverage for the whole World.

    This package is designed to improve the X-Plane 10 visibility distance limitations when flying at high altitude. It completely rebuilds the higher X-Plane 10 scenery LOD to achieve this. It is designed from real world data, what you see is the real thing - shorelines - rivers - lakes - etc. After installation of this package you will be able to see scenery as far as the eye can see. It is compatible with any other add-ons. Coverage: the whole world.

    We do not recommend this package to those who like to fly over 300,000 feet altitude as the textures resolution has been raised considerably compare to default stock scenery - but very much ideal for any kind of aircraft flights. 64 bit X-Plane 10 is an advantage but not essential.

    Learn More Here


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