Moreover, given the advanced rendering abilities of the Aerofly FS2 platform, the scenery is likely to perform very well.
Check out a selection of official preview images below.
The scenery looks absolutely fantastic and truly immersive, particularly for those utilizing VR headsets. In fact, with regards to VR applications, this scenery experience might be tough to beat.
To review the complete set of preview images and associated product description, see the source thread via the Orbx forums. If you’d like to learn more about the existing version for Prepar3D V4, visit the official product page via the Orbx website.
Regarding development for FSX and 32-bit Prepar3D, the project has been indefinitely delayed, see our post dated May 22, 2018 to learn more.
*Images courtesy of Orbx Simulation Systems.