• Gaya Simulation Previews Courchevel

    Gaya Simulation - Courchevel

    The French airport Courchevel LFLJ is one of the world's most extreme airports. It serves a ski resort in the French Alps and the runway itself looks much like ski slope.

    Gaya Simulation announces their progress on bringing this airport to X-Plane:

    Gaya Simulation - Courchevel

    Photo from the developing process (the ones with the X-Plane logo taken from inside the sim without any shader or 3rd party texture software). You can see the hand-painted asphalt (takend inside X-Plane) and some more WIP images. All will be PBR of course.

    I've just made a touch and go there and it's just feel A-M-A-Z-I-N-G !

    The scenery will include a very big amount of points of interests (POI).

    Gaya Simulation - Courchevel

    Release is expected in March.

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    Gaya Simulation - Courchevel

    Gaya Simulation - Courchevel


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