UNITED STATES – First announced earlier this month, Flightbeam Studios has released a major product update (V3) for Denver International Airport. According to Mir of Flightbeam, “A new update is now available for KDEN (for P3D only). While visually the airport looks somewhat similar, almost everything at its core has been updated for better performance and compatibility.” The update is free of charge for existing customers.
Please see below for a list of changes.
- SODE jetways
- Re-compiled all 3d assets for P3Dv4
- Fixed autogen showing on tarmac
- Runway/approach lights re-worked, now light up in low-vis conditions
- Upgraded ground textures all around
- New wet puddles (optional)
- Transparent window tweaks (new normal map + reflection changes)
- File unification (almost all files have been re-compiled for P3Dv4)
- B43 building in the way removed
- B39 carts under jetway removed
- A38W ground mark corrected to A33W
- C28 removed hole for jetway
- Fixed floodlights issues
- FX files re-included (missing from original installer)
- Improved performance
Please note, you must first remove the previous version using the Flightbeam Manager, then download (via Esellerate) and install the new package.
If you’d like to review the complete update announcement, see the source post via the Flightbeam support forum. Alternatively, for more information or to purchase Flightbeam Denver, visit the product sales page via the developers website.
In other news, Flightbeam also recently posted a new product update for Wellington.
*Image courtesy of Flightbeam Studios.