• Orbx - Australia V2 A Few From The Outback

    Orbx - Australia v2

    Orbx has followed up on their previous announcement of Australia V2 for FSX and Prepar3D with some new screen shots. These pictures showcase the wilderness of the Australia Outback:

    Orbx - Australia V2

    Orbx - Australia V2

    Orbx - Australia V2

    Orbx - Australia V2

    Orbx - Australia V2

    About Australia V2

    A monumental redesign of one of our most beloved products, AUv2 brings to life the entirety of the Australian continent with the latest region-based technology. Clocking in at a staggering 8 million square kilometres, AUv2 incorporates an enormous diversity of topography and geography. From the tropical rain forests of far-north Queensland to the wind-swept coastline of south-west Tasmania; from the temperate urban metropolises of the east coast to the desolate beauty of the red centre, explore a variety of stunning landscapes not seen anywhere else in the Orbx world.


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      mukblade -
      Is there a RELEASE DATE as yet for V2
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