• simHeaven - X-Europe 3 Released

    simHeaven - X-Europe 3 - Berlin

    X-EUROPE is the new scenery for X-Plane 10/11 having these main features:

    • Mainly uses OSM data to ensure the most realistic view
    • Default objects based on XP11 objects (with LR permission)
    • Configurable library system to change/add objects easily
    • Integrated adapted FlyAgi Vegetation library
    • Special objects in the Alps region
    • 3D warehouse objects
    • Splitted forests at motorways and railways
    • Many new objects are generated
    • Seven different layers

    simHeaven - X-Europe 3 - Brombachsee

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    Note: Download size is approximately 8 GB, extracted 15 GB of disk space needed, extract archive using 7-Zip (Windows) or The Unarchiver (for MacOS X).

    This is the default scenery for all Europe, included localization for the Alps region, other localizations will (hopefully) follow.


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