- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Prepar3D
- File size
- 9.3 GB
As a nation that has always held its own in terms of the growth of other European nations around it, Belgium is a country that is a hugely desirable location to visit. With beautiful cities such as Antwerp and Bruges, this is a part of the world that people absolutely love to come and visit. With a fabulous set of tourist attractions to take in, the country is also known for its famous flatlands that span for miles – with some absolutely stunning local architecture to visit, too, it’s easy to see why Belgium is such a popular country these days.
For anyone who has a hankering for the Belgian countryside and all of its cities completed in absolutely stunning photorealistic scenery, you will need to try this package out. This scenery package packs in more than 11,787 square miles of awesome scenery that includes countryside, small towns and cities throughout. With everything put in the exact place it should be, this is as close as you will come to a complete replica of this stunning country.
Natural landmarks have all been included, too, with the likes of Eau d’Heure and Eupen covered alongside the likes of the Weiber Stein and Baraque de Fraiture; large masses of land that make up some of the rare mountainsides of the country. You’ll be able to spend your time flying over the stunning pastures below as you get to take in Belgium in a way in which it’s never been covered in the past.
Photorealistic images have been used in every part of the nation so that you are flying over something that looks genuine and realistic – with high attention to detail included to ensure that everything looks absolutely perfect as you fly ove. This unique look and feel will make the entire country come to life, and give you the chance to see the more rural parts of Belgium, or head towards the more commercialized areas like liege and Brussels. This will give you a real insight into how just unique Belgium looks.
With a very specific style of both city layout and design as well as the way in which the overall nation has worked with the landscape they have – massive farms and green pastures stretch across the land in all directions, giving you a real sense of what Belgium is like as a nation.
There’s nothing more enjoyable than using a flight simulator that looks realistic and feels authentic – this completes the entire set. Whether it’s the Flemish or Flanders regions that you wish to fly over, more or less everything has been captured and recreated in the most realistic detail it could. This is one of the most important parts of what is known as the Low Countries, due to their flat nature; so if you want to be able to fly around without always having to break your view for massive lands and mountains taking up the view, come to Belgium!