A list about the most awaited payware and donationware add-ons coming soon just to let you have an idea of how much dollars you’ll spend in the next two months.
The 2018 started really promising with important updates, new aircrafts, new sceneries and more. For sure we are in a very critical moment for the X-Plane world and for our cradit cards, but what is really coming soon?
- Aerosoft Roma Fiumicino: One of the first Aerosoft’s scenery that has been fully developed for X-Plane 11. The most important italian airport is going to be sold soon by the German development house, and some indiscretions say that it will come before the end of March or, eventually, in April. Luckily no long wait for an airport that will bring PBR technologies, ground trafic and an overall stunning optimization. Another reason to buy? It’s my home airport with Roma Ciampino.
- FRH Design Rosario and Rome: Fabio R. Hidalgo became recently famous for his stunning works in Madrid and Barcelona, built more for fun than for business. Since both the cities were simply outstanding his admirers grown very much. While Rome has been started but still in development, Rosario will be released next week.
- FSEnhancer v0.5: The best free weather ehnancer is slowly coming to v1. The next public beta will be released shortly bringing a lot of improvements about cloud colors, texture and softness. We have to wait some time, but it will worth the time.
- xEnviro 1.08: the next major update is going to bring a whole new feeling about the weather bringing ground effects and maybe seasonal textures, new shaders, better clouds and better engine. What else to convince who does not still use it?
- Ultimate737: The most waited free add-on for X-Plane is releasing in hours or days. If you didn’t hear about it yet you live in Mars, but I am a good person and I’ll link you the latest updates anyway…
- Matterhorn park by Frank Dainese & Fabio Bellini: The next work by the Dolomiti’s guru Frank Dainese is already been pre-released and reviewd by FlightDeckX (link in title). The result is an expected stunning scenery that is going to be added to the fabouous Dolomiti landscape, even if it’s in a total different location. Who knows, maybe we’ll have the whole alps one day…