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Pacsim Salt Lake City KSLC In Full Swing

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Pacific Island Simulations have released a gallery of previews showcasing their upcoming project; Salt Lake City.  It sure looks amazing as can be seen with the dynamic reflections from P3D v3.2 being shown on the glass. It looks really impressive so far and I can’t wait to get KSLC in P3D. Keep…

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Pacific Island Simulations – Salt Lake City Previews!

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Pacific Island Simulations have released a lovely set of previews of their upcoming Salt Lake City scenery. The 3 first building shots are close-up of the main concourse/through-way and the E-concourse gates. The 3 mountain shots show the entire Salt Lake basin which is the product coverage area. The ground work is…

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Pacific Island Simulations – Now AES Compatible

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In Aerosoft’s latest AES update (v2.40), It brings new product compatibility such as their Taiwan Taoyuan Int RCTP and Nagasaki/Omura products. You can find the v1.40 download on the simMarket store page, whilst also purchasing some credit packs if you need some more to unlock Pacsim’s newly added products.

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Pacific Island Simulations – Salt Lake City Initial Previews

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Pacific Island Simulations, Or Pacsim for short have released some initial previews of Salt Lake City! SLC is planned to have custom photo satellite for all seasons, with night lighting (3D street lights), autogen matching real-world city grids, and an all-new Salt Lake City buildings and all major landmarks. Awesome!

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PIS- New Product Announced

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www.youtube.com/watch?v=Us5vSAM4cow Pacific Island Simulations have just announced the start of work on their hometown airport. In their latest post they said they’re just starting work on Salt Lake City, and also included a timelapse video for those not familiar with the airport.

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Pacific Island Simulations – Taiwan Taoyuan Previews

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Pacific Island Simulations is progressing well with their rendition of Taiwan Taoyuan International. They stated that they’re still working on night textures and lighting work which is the “final part” of the project. It’s looking fantastic so far and you can see their collection of images on their Facebook Post.