• Introducing Orbx - CityScene Barcelona

    From Allen Kriesman - the developer who brought you CityScene Gold Coast, we at Orbx are pleased to announce CityScene Barcelona for FSX and all versions of P3D!

    Orbx - CityScen Barcelona

    Orbx CityScene is a new line of scenery products that will recreate urban centres and cityscapes around the world in incredible detail. Building upon thousands of hours of R&D over several years, Allen's ground-breaking new technology enables highly-detailed scenery, coupled with highly improved performance and optimisation compared to default city centres. Bypassing traditional autogen methods, buildings correctly replicate unusual footprints, improve on building height and type accuracy, and even add more details for an immersive experience. Vegetation, lighting, terrain, traffic, are all fully integrated. Most importantly, CityScene technology uses next-gen optimisation techniques to ensure the very best performance.

    Orbx - CityScen Barcelona

    Barcelona is a city in Spain and is the capital and largest city of Catalonia. With a population of 1.6 million within city limits, its urban area extends to numerous neighbouring suburbs within the Province of Barcelona and is home to around 4.8 million people. This makes Barcelona the sixth most populous urban area in the European Union. It is the largest metropolis on the Mediterranean Sea, located on the coast between the mouths of the rivers Llobregat and Besos, and bounded to the west by the Serra de Collserola mountain range.

    Orbx CityScene Barcelona includes seven custom point of interest locations:

    • Hospital de la Santa Creu
    • World Trade Center Of Barcelona
    • Badalona Golf Center
    • Pavello Olimpic de Badalona
    • Parc de Recerca Biomedica de Barcelona
    • La Monamental
    • Central Termica de Sant Adria de Besos

    Orbx - CityScen Barcelona

    Orbx Cityscene Features

    • Highly detailed, accurate representation of Barcelona, Spain and surrounds
    • Nearly 1 million accurately placed regional trees
    • Over 100,000 accurately sized, shaped and positioned custom buildings
    • Over 211,000 efficient roof objects, lighting, container and box car objects,
    • 812 hand placed library objects (including OrbxLib objects)
    • 7 point of interest buildings in addition to re-positioned core sim POI's for area
    • Expertly optimised using ground-breaking techniques for best performance

    Orbx - CityScen Barcelona

    In addition to the Barcelona CityScene region, we have included a bonus version of LEBL Barcelona El-Prat Airport to work with the surrounding area. This airport is designed with the same efficient technology used in our Cityscene line. Our bonus LEBL provides much more detail over the default airport, without any additional frame rate loss. While this isn't an equivalent to a heavily detailed commercial airport add-on, it is a great way to get the full Barcelona experience without compromising performance.

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