Review: McPhat Studios' World Airliners 3 and 4 for Level-D 767
If you are a fan of the Level-D 767, one of the most realistic and popular add-ons for Microsoft Flight Simulator X (FSX), you might be interested in enhancing its appearance with some high-quality liveries from McPhat Studios. McPhat Studios is a well-known developer of aircraft repaints and textures for various flight simulators, and they have released two livpacks for the Level-D 767: World Airliners 3 and World Airliners 4.
World Airliners 3 and 4 are collections of liveries for the Level-D 767, featuring some of the most famous and iconic airlines in the world, such as American Airlines, British Airways, Delta Air Lines, Lufthansa, Qantas, United Airlines, and many more. Each livpack contains 25 liveries, covering both the -300ER and -F variants of the 767. The liveries are designed with high-resolution textures (up to 4096x4096 pixels), realistic reflections, dirt effects, and accurate details. The livpacks also include custom wing views and night lighting effects.
[FSX] - McPhat Studios, LDS 767 World Airliners 3, 4 (Livpack)
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The installation process is very simple and straightforward. You just need to run the installer, select the livpack you want to install, and enter your Level-D 767 serial number. The installer will automatically detect your FSX folder and add the liveries to your aircraft selection menu. You can also use the Level-D Repaint Manager to manage your liveries and switch between them easily.
The quality of the liveries is outstanding. The textures are crisp and clear, the colors are vibrant and realistic, and the logos and markings are accurate and well-placed. The liveries also capture the subtle differences between the real-world aircraft, such as the engine types, antenna locations, door configurations, and winglets. The reflections and dirt effects add to the realism and immersion of flying the Level-D 767. The night lighting effects are also impressive, with realistic strobe lights, landing lights, logo lights, and cabin windows.
The performance impact of using these liveries is minimal. I did not notice any significant drop in frame rates or stuttering while flying with these liveries. However, if you have a low-end system or a limited amount of VRAM, you might want to lower your texture resolution settings in FSX to avoid any potential issues.
Overall, I highly recommend World Airliners 3 and 4 for Level-D 767 users who want to enhance their flying experience with some stunning liveries. McPhat Studios has done an excellent job in creating these livpacks, and they are well worth the price. You can purchase them from various online stores such as SimMarket or FlightSim Store for around $20 each.
One of the advantages of using World Airliners 3 and 4 is that they are compatible with the Level-D 767 Service Pack 3, which was released in 2019 and added several improvements and features to the Level-D 767, such as PBR effects, dynamic lighting, rain effects, and cockpit shadows. The livpacks also work well with other add-ons and enhancements for the Level-D 767, such as FS2Crew, Active Sky, and REX.
Another advantage of using World Airliners 3 and 4 is that they offer a great variety of liveries to choose from. You can fly with some of the most popular and recognizable airlines in the world, or you can explore some of the less common and exotic ones. You can also fly with some of the historical and retro liveries that are included in the livpacks, such as the American Airlines Astrojet, the British Airways Landor, or the Delta Air Lines Widget. You can also mix and match different liveries for different variants of the 767, such as flying a -300ER with a -F livery or vice versa.
The only drawback of using World Airliners 3 and 4 is that they do not include any custom sound sets or flight models for the Level-D 767. You will have to use the default ones that come with the Level-D 767 or look for other add-ons that provide them. However, this is not a major issue, as the default sound sets and flight models are already very good and realistic. 29c81ba772