Marc (Belga12345) X-Plane 10 versus X-Plane 11
Ever wanted to see the differences between screenshots made in X-Plane 10 versus X-Plane 11?
Marc Leydecker a.k.a. Belga12345 took the time and effort to find these differences. Oh yes, we can all read these differences, but when you see an X-Plane shot at more or less the same location and conditions in X-plane 11, then it makes sense, right?
Marc would like to share with you his experience of what he has seen so far, but I must add to this that Marc’s X-Plane software runs on Windows and, as for all of us, is beta software. That said, subject to change!
According to Marc; in order to get a true comparison, I took 3 aircraft
A) the default Cessna 172 (everybody should know this one)
B) a highly detailed FREEWARE by Alcala Cessna 170
C) a highly detailed payware, the Staggerwing
Each plane was put into the same position, in X-Plane 10, X-Plane 11. No gadgets, plugins are enhancers, plain vanilla X-Plane. Of course the field of view might be slightly different and worth to highlight, the upper screenshot is always X-Plane 11 while the lower is X-Plane 10.
There are some remarkable differences … some good, some bad!
Marc continues …. aircraft textures in X-Plane 11 look more realistic depending on viewing angle
X-Plane 11: Too much haze, colours are washed out
X-Plane 11: Hard to see with the haze but the hues of nature, including the water are more natural
X-Plane 11: missing cockpit textures and some textures on buildings (could be a Win issue?)
Some haze will make it look more natural but the screenshots were taken at 2000ft and I can not distinguish the difference in-between land and water might be also due to the fact that on the PC, the colours are washed out (might look different on an Apple computer).