High-Quality Realistic Weather, Texture and Effects Software for Flight Simulation.
“Sometimes we know it simply from the moment we experience it, this moment in which we just know there will be days, if not weeks until the grin on your face disappears. That's when you've done something right. This feeling I had with Real Environment Xtreme.”Sales Wick - flusiforum
News at a glance
New Updates Released for Texture Direct, Texture Direct with Soft Clouds and Soft Clouds
June 28, 2016 - Service Pack updates released for Texture Direct, Texture Direct with Soft Clouds and Soft Clouds.LEARN More
Introducing REX Worldwide Airports HD
June 28, 2016 - Introducing REX Worldwide Airports HD. We have drastically transformed all default airports worldwide within FSX, FSX:Steam and Prepar3D. From small to large airports, including hangars, terminals, jetways, ground environment, cohesive runways/taxiways, specular lighting, 3D vehicles, parking, bump mapping, taxiway signage, warehouses, control towers and much much more.
REX Sky Force 3D - Total Atmospheric Immersion
June 28, 2016 - Introducing REX Sky Force 3D. Total Atmospheric Immersion for FSX, FSX:Steam and Prepar3D! The current cloud model and weather system is extremely limited in the way clouds and full weather systems are displayed. It has taken over 2 years to re-design the entire cloud model and weather system to match real-world cloud classification. Welcome to REX Sky Force 3D!WATCH VIDEO
TFDI Design Incorporates the WX Advantage Radar Into Their New 717!
The team at TFDI Design just shared with us a development screenshot of the WX Advantage Radar incorporated into the display of their new 717!LEARN More
WX Advantage Radar Update 2 Now Available
FIXED issue with CTD associated with DirectX 10 only supported Graphics Cards, ADDED update application to check for the latest updates of the radar, ADDED support for Lockheed Martin’s Prepar3D 3.3.5, ADDED modules for support of 3rd party aircraft radar integration and ADDED beam width functionality.
REX / Milviz WX Advantage Radar Released
May 6, 2016 - REX and MILVIZ are pleased to announce the release of the highly anticipated WX Advantage Radar. The WX Advantage Radar is a unique, advanced weather radar system that can be used with ANY 3rd-party commercial weather engines, freeware weather engines as well as the built-in weather for FSX, FSX Steam and Prepar3D.Read More
Enthusiastic customers regularly write to tell us what our products have done to maximize their flight environments.
"I am Loving it!"
I just want to congratulate and thank the folks at REX for creating such an awesome weather product, REX4 Weather Architect. Weather Architect has helped me create great IFR weather within the simulator. With this I can simply create ANY weather at ANY location, worldwide. The best part is that even though there was such dense cloud and fog depiction within the weather I created, the frame rates kept steady at 30 FPS in spite of flying the heavy jetliners like PMDG. I never saw this with any other product. The flight was smooth with no hiccups throughout the experience.Pankaj Dekat - via AVSIM/REX forums
"Customer For Life."
It's rare that I write to a company directly, but I'm so impressed with Soft Clouds addition to my REX4 Texture Direct that I felt compelled to thank you personally. You clearly HIT IT OUT OF THE PARK! I have been a REX user since FS2004 and have never looked back. Superlatives come to mind, but fall short of what I just experienced flying from KNYL to KONT. It just has to be experienced to understand! Thank you and your team sincerely for your hard work, great contribution towards providing a very realistic experience, and the delivery of nothing short of an absolutely fantastic product!Don Thomson - via REX E-mail
"Improved quality, realism & variety."
Their realistic changes to the skies can make the world feel more alive than ever before. For any pilot looking to get the most realism possible to help benefit their training within a simulation environment this is for you. It will help make the skies both more challenging and more attractive to fly in, and means that when you do come into contact with your first real-world weather storm you will know roughly what to expect when it starts! Use for more realism and for a more comprehensive and engaging training program.Ian Stephens - via Fly Away Simulations