FlightGear 2.10 Lands New Features & Enhancements
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming on 19 February 2013 at 09:57 AM EST. Add A Comment
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FlightGear 2.10 was released today as the newest feature-release of this leading open-source flight simulator. This sixteen-year-old open-source project now features more than 400 aircraft and a world-wide scenery database.

Highlights to FlightGear 2.10 include improved usability, a fully-scriptable 2D rendering system, and better terrain rendering. There's also improved modularization, atmospheric light scattering, improved performance, better internationalization support, Rembrandt renderer improvements, AI improvements, and much more. An extensive list of FLightGear 2.10 changes can be found from their Wiki-based change-log.

Other FlightGear 2.10 details can be found by visiting FlightGear.org and watching the two FlightGear 2.10 videos embedded below.

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