Today a brand-new scenery add-on has been released for Microsoft Flight Simulator, portraying a gorgeous and popular area of New Zealand.
Specifically, NZA Simulations released Milford Sound, including the whole region. For now, it's available on the developer's own store and Orbx Direct. Soon it'll also appear the official in-sim marketplace.
The price is €19.99 and it comes with the following perks and content.
- 8 airstrips are included in this Milford Sound Region Add-on with attention to detail in every location
- NZMF Milford Sound
- NZMJ Martins Bay Aerodrome
- NZQU Big Bay Beach Strip
- NZ31 Cascade Lagoon Airstrip
- NZ32 Hope River Airstrip
- NZ34 Hollyford Track Airstrip
- NZ35 Cascade Station Airstrip
- T004 Quintin Lodge Airstrip
- Multiple Helipads at various huts
- Hidden adventure locations
- Fully 3D modeled interior of the Ferry Terminal building and Underwater Observatory.
- Fully 3D modeled interior of Airport buildings and hangars.
- Many hut locations throughout the scenery.
- Many Points of interest.
- 76 Animated custom watercraft.
- Animated animal and bird life throughout.
- Airport area biome enhancements to recreate the environment to match the look and feel of real life.
- Custom water masking.
- Retouched mountain textures.
- Custom fjord sea cliffs and beach heads.
- Animated rivers and waterfalls through the fjord and beyond.
- Get the NZA Simulations NZMF – Milford Sound Region Expansion for extra locations.
As mentioned above, you can also download an additional expansion for free (that requires the base add-on) to add even more detail.
You can check out a gallery of gorgeous screenshots below and a scenic trailer on the developer's Facebook page.
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