Orbx’s Innsbruck (LOWI)

The Capital of The Tyrol

This will be the third time I’ve looked at a product depicting Innsbruck (LOWI) from that master of scenery design Jarrad Marshall and I must admit I never tire of flying there. While the approach can be challenging, I’m slowly achieving some competence, so I hope one day to be one of the chosen few who are certified to fly there.

A view of the tower.

Although I’ve never visited the real airport or the city that surrounds it, the research I do while completing a review adds quite an in-depth knowledge to that ever-expanding database inside my head to the point where I probably bore my friends and family to death with off-the-cuff facts and anecdotes relating to the most unexpected places. Yet my ‘as real as it gets’ remarks are constantly being superseded as we are presented with even more detail, combined with higher resolution textures that make it more difficult to separate simulation from reality.

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