- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Prepar3D
- File size
- 12.8 GB
When it comes to flying around in any kind of flight simulator, the first thing that you tend to look for is some consistency and realism. To get there, though, you need to be prepared to look around and actually find it, first! This modification by MegaSceneryEarth, though, manages to capture the true attention and style of what FSX and P3D are capable of bringing to the table.
This uses the Terminal Control area for the city of Cincinnati. Known as the world’s busiest airport city, you’ll be flying in and out of one of the most dramatic and chaotic flight locations in the world! However, everything below you is captured using stunning 50cm/pixel photorealistic textures that look outstanding whether it’s a large field or a bustling city road that you are flying over.
The nature of Cincinnati is that it’s fairly fast paced and will usually have you going quite some distance to get to where you want to go! To show you that kind of depth and size in the simulator properly, this package fits in an incredible 7,500 square miles. This looks outstanding and also manages the capture the real nature of Cincinnati and its surrounding areas; they are large, open spaces that look truly outstanding when they have the right level of life and detail included within them.
That’s what this modification does – it brings the entire region to life in truly epic style. It also manages to work perfectly with the Ohio state scenery package released by MegaSceneryEarth. Together, they completely finish off the area and manage to capture it in all of its glory and detail.
As you can see, Cincinnati is a place of real glamour and class. This is reflected perfectly in this modification, giving you access to some of the most vibrant airspaces in America. Cincinnati itself manages to house 2.2m people across the metropolitan area with around 296,000 of these living with the city itself. This is shown in the area as many separate little groupings all surround Cincinnati, making it look so busy no matter what direction you fly in!
Cincinnati itself holds a very interesting historical footnote, too; it was the first city to be built after the American Revolution. Therefore, by some it’s seen to be the first city that was truly “American”. That being the case, the cities industry and growth was built upon German immigrants who helped to found many of the key institutions that made the city explode so much in the future. With commodities rich in the area as well as railroads being abundant, Cincinnati grew at a huge pace and quickly established itself as a go-to city for many years to come.
Now, you can get to see that class and glamor represented within FSX and P3D at the highest possible level of detail. Everything from the tiny streets within Cincinnati to the back roads between smaller parts that are outside of the city itself has been included, optimized and managed to look the very best that it can, delivering the most comprehensive experience possible.