• Orbx - AUv2 Now Available For FSX/P3D

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    We are going back to our antipodean roots - don't miss out on this highly anticipated update. AUv2 is here!

    AUv2 is a landclass-style region that brings together everything on a massive scale. Almost 700 airports have been upgraded or created from scratch, giving you the perfect opportunity to criss-cross the country in true VFR style.

    Coastlines, waterbodies, road, rail and powerline networks have been recreated from scratch, using the latest high-fidelity data to vastly improve accuracy and detail across the continent. Towns, urban centres and other settlements have been reworked too; diversity, realism and accuracy greatly improve the immersion, whether that be flying cross-country long-haul or local VFR hops.

    Terrain elevation mesh has been brought to the next level; incorporating the latest data from the Australian Government, the new HD mesh makes a huge difference on both a small and large scale. In addition to these major re-workings, over 50 large-scale photoreal points of interest have been created from scratch to represent well-known geographical and man-made features.

    Mine sites, dry lakes, tidal water bodies, unusual geographical formations and more have been expertly edited, colourised and blended to the surrounding terrain. The largest of these features is the Great Barrier Reef; recreated in complete photoreal quality, this feature alone is larger than many of our existing regions!

    Key Features

    • Our largest & most popular region; 8 million sq km in full Orbx region quality
    • Ultra-HD Melbourne Cityscape
    • 370+ upgraded and 280+ all-new airports
    • Over 50+ large-scale photoreal areas of interest such as salt lakes, mine sites, tidal areas and many more
    • High-quality mesh, with high-resolution LIDAR data for the majority of the eastern/southern seaboard, major cities and Tasmania
    • Completely new lakes, rivers and shorelines - much improved quality and accuracy
    • Entire Great Barrier Reef in photoreal
    • Completely new road and rail networks
    • Improved and new landclass types
    • Hundreds of thousands of new geographical features; dry lakes, parks, railyards, industrial areas etc
    • Much-improved populated area shape accuracy
    • Completely new powerline networks, windfarms and other man-made features
    • Improved and updated bridges, harbour objects and marinas
    • Complete seasonal variations
    • Airports optimised for use with AI traffic, particularly our enormously-popular AI Traffic for Australia
    • Completely compatible with FSX, FSX:SE and P3D v1-v4

    Purchase Orbx - AUv2

    Tags: australia, auv2, orbx

    1 Comment
    1. kalizzi's Avatar
      kalizzi -
      I bought and installed the upgrade. I've used the FSX version for starters. I can be imagining, but all this extra detail comes with some FPS gain. I can be wrong.

      Khalid
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