• RealWorld Scenery 3D - Bahrain Scenery

    RealWorld Scenery 3D - Bahrain Scenery

    New for 2017, Realworld Scenery Bahrain 3D.

    • Full HD photoreal scenery for the country of Bahrain
    • Full night lighting with a variety of light styles for realism and diversity
    • Various buildings based on GIS data, situated in the footprint of actual buildings
    • Various vegetation based on area of the world and placed acording to GIS data sources
    • Frame rates optimized scenery for immaculate performance
    • Realism that beats any landclass based scenery

    Experience the scenery, fly the Realworld!

    Requires Flight Simulator X (Acceleration, Gold or SP2), FSX: Steam Edition or P3D v1/v2/v3.

    Purchase RealWorld Scenery 3D - Bahrain Scenery

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