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    TBPB BARBADOS PREPAR3D V4


    Chuck_Jodry-VJPL
    Bored with those midweekers to Baltimore and Bilbao? How about a trip to paradise this weekend? Imaginesim have just released TBPB Barbados for Prepar3D v4. This Caribbean jewel of an island is among the world's premier must-go holiday destinations, and every pilot will want to see it on their roster. Thousands of hours have been lavished recreating the exotic and uniqueness of a tropical airport sitting atop a cliff-edged plateau, surrounded by tropical palms and sandy beaches. Features include:
     
    - Fantastic performance using 64bit code optimized for Prepar3Dv4.
     
    - High definition building texturing and native Prepar3Dv4 ground polygons.
     
    - Fluid usage, even with complex airliner cockpits and high density AI coverage.
     
    - Utilizes imaginesim's bespoke Operations Center configuration GUI.
     
    - Comprehensive ground and building optimization.
     
    - Instantaneous scenery cache loading.
     
    - Switchable dramatic PBR based water, reflection and shine texturing.
     
    - Stunning night lighting and effects.
     
    - Trees, plants and vegetation modelled with native foliage types.
     
    - No generic library textures used.
     
    - Low visibility nav lighting.
     
    - Switchable dynamic lighting option.
     
    - Animated vehicle and airport staff, powered by the SWS Live Scenery module.
     
    - High fidelity apron service and support vehicles.
     
    - Enhanced custom made hand-placed surrounding autogen.
     
    - Thousands of hand-placed custom trees and lush 3D grass.
     
    - Low simulator impact.
     
    - Graduated ground extremities to seamlessly blend with any vector driven add-on.
     
    - 10 square kilometer coverage of the airport area.
     
    - Tested and approved by real-life airline pilots.
     
    Available right now at https://imaginesim.net/ along with further information, video and screenshots.
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