FlightBeam Studios claim they have ended the Beta stage and holds the v1.0 ready of their latest scenery : KIAD HD Washington Dulles. They could even be able to sell today on Father’s Day, so check back later http://flightbeam.net/.
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KIAD HD Washington Dulles will demonstrate again all skills and latest improvements in scenery design by FlightBeam Studios. In their Facebook preview album, two pictures taken at night time give an overview of the actual lighting effects. Keep in mind it’s still work in progress though.
FlightBeam Studios announce they reached their highest level of details in scenery design, with the lowest impact on frames per second in KIAD HD scenery. We already knew about their high definition capability in textures since Pheonix release, so KIAD sounds to be even better.
Dense Autogen forests, photoreal highways and airport services roads, main terminal and tower buildings, are some of the scenery items that we can already see on KIAD HD preview #2 screenshots. FlightBeam Studios keeps on designing US airports for our great pleasure.
Washington Dulles KIAD will be the next scenery reproduced in HD by FlightBeam Studios for FSX. Already announced since a few weeks, there is just the first glimpse at the tower and terminal here.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yUXIIkKt5s&feature=player_embedded Released a few days ago for FSX and Prepar3d, KPHX airport by FlightBeam features animated vehicles and trams. Play this video and you will just wanna jump in the first flying machine around to go overfly this realistic scenery.
Phoenix Sky Harbor by FlightBeam is ready for purchase. Before you have your hand on the wallet, you can download and try the free download version. Then you can make it work with FSX or Prepar3d. KPHX HD features photoreal textures of a higher resolution than their initial release KSFO…
The title says it all, really; Flightbeam Studios have added some more screenshots of their upcoming Phoenix Sky Harbor (KPHX) scenery for MS FSX to their website’s news page. To see all the screenshots so far, visit Flightbeam Studios.