This is a problem that has bugged me ever since the release of Global…
Now, it’s bad when a region has no HD satellite imagery. However it is even worse when there is no 3D imagery. We are missing out on some of the most beautiful scenery in the world in places such as Svalbard, a place I’ve wanted to fly to ever since before Global. I even ignore places like Anchorage simply because there is no 3D scenery.
And even places like Antarctica, which is very lonely and barren, but can be very calming to fly over. Especially for cool missions in the C-17.
So exactly why can we not have 3D imagery above or below 60 latitude? I just don’t understand it. I couldn’t find a legit source of information through Google.