the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase gave us a nice glimpse of what awaits us in Microsoft Flight Simulator at the end of the year. Asobo Studio indeed provides for an edition 40th Anniversary including a Airbus A310the Spirit of St. Louis and many other free flying devices.
The Bordeaux developers, however, will not slow down the arrival of additional content by then. After Malta and Italy, they have just deployed a World 10 Update dedicated to the United States. 4 airports have been added, as well as several challenges and 87 points of interest modeled with more care.
Explore the famous canyons and raw beauty of the American Southwest, marvel at the storied architecture of America’s greatest cities, and soar over the majestic peaks towering above their surroundings in Microsoft’s Tenth World Update Flight Simulator. It was designed with the latest high-resolution aerial and satellite imagery and features new 3D cities, such as San Diego, Albany, Key Largo, Seattle, Olympia and more.
Included in the Tenth World Update:
- Four airports modeled by hand:
- Catalina (KAVX) on Catalina Island, California;
- Valdez (PAVD), in the beautiful landscapes of Alaska;
- Lake Tahoe (KTVL) in the immense Sierra Nevadas of California;
- Block Island (KBID), on the east coast of Rhode Island.
- 87 new points of interest;
- Three new landing challenges;
- Three discovery flights;
- Three bush trips.
The tenth World Update: USA and US Territories is available now free of charge to Microsoft Flight Simulator pilots. When you’ve downloaded the latest update, head to the title store to get this World Update and admire the sublime vistas stretching from ocean to ocean! The heavens are calling you!
This should change the face of your next trips to North America. For latecomers, Microsoft Flight Simulator is available from €55.99 on Amazon.co.uk.
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