Phoenix, Ariz. - Real Environment Simulations is pleased to announce the release of the long-awaited software, Real Environment Xtreme for Microsoft's Flight Simulator 2004 (FS9).
"We've received many inquires about our REX technologies incorporated into the FS9 platform," said Tim Fuchs, developer. "FS9 is still an extremely popular and viable platform to develop for, and we believe we have taken it to the next level."
With almost three years in development and refinement for the FSX/FS9 versions of REX, carefully cataloging and photographing real life cloud structure, sky scenes, water scenes and airport environments, Real Environment Xtreme brings a full array of tools to the sim pilot. With a Flight Planner, a Weather Engine and a Weather Avoidance Tool, Real Environment Xtreme gives the sim pilot all they need to make that important bush, recreational, general aviation, or even commercial carrier flight(s).
This environment add-on not only enhances visual realism, but matches that realism to the underlying weather simulation, creating a whole new world in flight simulation for the FS9 platform.
Fuchs, partner Reed Stough and team are tirelessly creating innovative technologies for the flight simulator franchise.
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