X-PLANE 11.33 : Small update brings over 200 new airports

X-PLANE 11.33 : Small update brings over 200 new airports
X-PLANE 11.33 : Small update brings over 200 new airports

Developer Laminar Research has released a new update for the flight simulator X-Plane. It is only a small update, but hundreds of airports have been redesigned. Many of them did not exist in X-Plane before.

A small update has been released for X-Plane 11, but it is taking over a huge number of new and revised airports from the Gateway portal. The version 11:33 provides According to the release notes 223 new airports, which previously were missing in X-Plane.

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In addition, 1,204 airports were reworked by the community and incorporated into X-Plane with a 3D model. Previously, they either had no scene data or 2D scene data. Another 1,460 airports have been redesigned. Including some German, which are recognizable by the EDXX ICAO codes.

The number of 3D airports thus increases to 9,812. The community should also benefit from the new World Editor 2.0, which simplifies the development of airports in the game.

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Apart from these innovations, X-Plane 11.33 also eliminates numerous errors. This ranges from problems with the use of two monitors over spelling mistakes up to bugs, which can lead to crashes. Noteworthy are some errors that occur in connection with VR headsets.

If you play with a headset, you could see lightning strikes inside the cockpit, which should not happen. The VR option is still comparatively new in X-Plane 11 and was only integrated after the initial release of the game. In this regard, the version 11.33 also has an existing error. If you end the game while using VR, you may expect the game to crash.

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According to the developers of Laminar Research, X-Plane 11.33 is already available via the internal updater.

Source: X-plane

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