• simwestSANDIEGO For FSX & P3D


    Chuck_Jodry-VJPL

    simwest continues its simwestFOTOREAL series with the release of simwestSANDIEGO photoreal scenery for San Diego, California in the USA.

     

    This is a special Limited Edition add-on to enhance simwestSOCAL – photoreal scenery for Southern California.  This “4-Buck Boost” increases the resolution 4-times from the standard 1.2m High Definition to 30cm Ultra High Definition. “It’s a way to thank pilots who are trying out simwest for the first time by providing this Boost to further enhance their simming experience” says developer Marcus Thompson.

     

    One must act fast as this special combo-package ends July 31,2019.  Once it’s gone… it’s gone. 

     

    Designed for both P3D and FSX versions, the simwest goal is simple - provide performance, immersion and enjoyment.

     

    Features:

     

    • Approximately 45 square miles (117 square kilometers), covering the entire city of San Diego and much of the of the County of San Diego.

       

    • Nearly 12GB of Ultra-High Definition (UHD), 30cm color corrected aerial photo imagery.

       

    • One of the largest, continuous UHD photoreal sceneries ever offered for flight simulation.

       

    • The scenery blends seamlessly into simwestSOCAL – no hard-border look.

       

    • 1,000’s of custom placed objects, buildings and vegetation autogen throughout.

       

    • Water-masked reservoirs and lakes to fly with your favorite float plane.

       

    • Custom designed nighttime photoreal textures.

       

    • Custom 3D night lighting not just for roads but occasional parking lots, shopping centers, golf courses and parks all to add variety.

       

     

     

    Note:

     

    Internet connection is required to activate this product.

     

    Visit the simwestSANDIEGO  Product Page for further information.

    Edited by Chuck_Jodry-VJPL

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