- Media Format
- Immediate Download
- Microsoft Flight Simulator X and Prepar3D
- File size
- 24.3 GB
Seen as the largest part of the nation, Southern Germany has a massive part to play within the overall history and growth of the nation. Today, it stands as where parts of the country like Bavaria and Baden-Wurttemberg stand. This makes it really easy to understand just what actually constitutes southern Germany. It also counts things like Bavaria and Swabia, as well as southern parts of Hesse and the Rhineland-Palatinate, this corresponds with what would have been known as Franconia many years ago, although this is contested in some formats and by some historians over the modern history of Germany.
What is represented in this package is the vast majority of what would be considered to be Southern Germany, giving you access to many airports and with photorealistic recreations of all nearby landmarks and cities throughout. As part of the complete package, this covers everything that you can think of – it’s not just the odd bit and bob, it’s every single square mile as you go. This makes it much easier in general to understand what you are dealing with in general, and will help you get to grips with managing your aircraft across the skies as you’ll now have a far more realistic landscape in front of you.
Anyone who has visited Germany or frequents German airspace will quickly start to notice landmarks and other key parts of southern Germany as they fly, making it nice and easy to get to grips with the situation as quickly as possible. Typically associated as being any parts of Germany that aren’t included within the North German Confederation, this package is the ultimate way in pushing yourself beyond certain boundaries and giving yourself the perfect platform for moving forward with in the future.
The population of Southern Germany itself is considered to be within the ballpark of 30m people, giving you a rough idea of the sheer scale and size of the nation. This will make it very easy for you to pinpoint the natural hotspots and landmarks throughout such as the Westewald and Taunus mountains alongside the stunning Rhine and Mosel rivers. This creates what is known as the “cultural border” between South and Western Germany, creating a truly stunning piece of nature that makes the whole thing comes together perfectly.
The most important city in the region is arguably Munich, although cities like Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Mannheim and Wiesbaden all stand out as well. The sheer variety of cities in the area is all captured perfectly, using highly detailed photorealistic pictures to make up the perfect kind of image for you. It will be easy to tell the cities apart from one another, unlike the original FSX equivalent of Germany, and this helps the whole thing come together so much better than before.
If you want to see what Southern Germany feels like and looks like from above in stunning detail then you need to try this excellent package out; it details what is one of the most important regions in Europe.