X-Plane 11 is the 11th edition and has a much more realistic and impressive experience. The game has a new rendering engine that makes the whole world in a new light. It was released on 25th November 2016 for different platforms like MS Windows, Linux.
X-Plane 11 Gameplay Trailer
X-Plane 11 Gameplay
The X-Plane 11 Due to “Physically Based Rendering” behaves in physically correct ways to change the viewing angle and the object’s surface. This technique dynamically means the graphical effects and longer have to pre pre-rendered. It was developed with good performance X-Plane 11 features a new sound engine and realizes 3D surround sound with high quality works. The game on a global scale spatially corrects audio placement of aircraft with any object.
The X-plane 11 has also considerably expanded with new aircraft with 3D. The documentation is available to the virtual pilot which is more than 3000 airports with 3D dynamic environments. This game has global scenery specific to Europe and North America and it updates overall based on OpenStreetMap material. It fully redesigned the setup control, airports and aircraft and also it has many options presented with visual preview which makes you controlled much more thanks to well thought out menu structure.
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X-Plane predicts performance and handling is almost a great tool for pilots and it keeps up their currency and simulator files like real plane engineers with new airplanes will fly. Aviation enthusiasts explore the world of flight dynamics. The X-Plane scenery packages Earth in stunning resolution. Users can land at any 33000 airports and mettle on aircraft carriers. The oil rings and frigates atop buildings can fly with friends over the internet or LAN. The shoot approaches night weather and rough conditions in a simulated aircraft system.
X-Plane 11 Game System Requirements
- Operating System: Windows 7(64-bit)
- Processor: Intel Core i3
- RAM: 8 GB
- Graphics Card: DirectX 11-capable video card from NVIDIA
- Free Disk Space: 20 GB Space
and shoot approaches at night in stormy weather and rough conditions with simulated aircraft systems failures. The situations that can be simulated are unbelievably diverse!