Ed Correia Posted September 30, 2017 Share Posted September 30, 2017 Germany, reunified - Orbx style! Germany South continues the journey of FTX Regions into Europe’s heartland. A region that builds on from the success of Germany North. FTX Germany South covers ~76,559 square miles (~198,286 sq km) of densely populated terrain. The area extends from the border of Germany North and extends south to the borders of Switzerland and Austria. You can explore a wide variety of landscapes from the rolling hills, the Mittelgebirge down to the Alps; Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria being the leaders in the automobile and machinery manufacturing industries. The urban and historic metropolises of Cologne, Frankfurt and Munich and many others are realistically portrayed. Key Features Superb ground textures from local sources Hand-placed landclass covers every sq mile Custom autogen textures and objects FTX Global 3D night lighting effects Accurate roads, rivers, lakes, alley trees More than 116,000 individually placed powerline pylons More than 550 airports have been upgraded or added Custom models of more than 450 POIs of castles, churches, abbeys, dams, bridges, etc. a Photoreal “Cityscape lite” for Munich, Ulm, Passau, Lindau, Bamberg, Koblenz, Würzburg Photoreal sceneries of US Bases Ramstein and Grafenwöhr Photoreal Lake Constance details, open pit mines Photoreal alpine areas on southern Bavaria GES mesh is compiled at 20-m grid spacing (LOD11) AND FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY - Purchase Germany South now and if you do not already own Germany North, you can purchase Germany North for 50% off. This offer is available from now till Sunday October 8 20:00GMT. Please note that you will need to finalise your Germany South purchase prior to purchasing Germany North to receive the discount. Make sure you also install the Orbxlibs 171001 update. Also note, that for LOWI customers, a compatibility patch for using with GES will be released soon. https://orbxdirect.com/product/ges Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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