Microsoft Flight Simulator: Nordic countries shine in the new trailer

Microsoft Flight Simulator: Nordic countries shine in the new trailer

Microsoft Flight Simulator

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Now that Microsoft Flight Simulator is finally landing on Xbox Series X | S consoles, flight simulator enthusiasts can start exploring the skies all over the world without any limitations. Now, after a welcome presence at the E3 conference of Xbox and Bethesda, the title developed by the guys from Asobo Studio is back in a new trailer dedicated to the next World Update on Nordic European countries.

Since Microsoft Flight Simulator was released on PC almost a year ago now, Asobo and Microsoft have committed themselves to a constant mission of updating their title. With the various World Updates released over the months, the world of the new flight simulator has been made even richer, more detailed and more real, so as to allow the numerous enthusiasts to experience the thrill of flying across a globe that incredibly reflects the places. and real cities.

With a new trailer, the development team shows us how northern European nations have been treated in the new World Update. As anticipated a few weeks ago, thanks to this update, European countries such as Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway are now even more fascinating and detailed than ever. As usual, the update also includes 78 new points of interest to admire as you fly across the skies of the four Nordic countries.

With the frequency with which World Updates are released, Microsoft Flight Simulator will soon allow enthusiasts to fly over in a reproduction almost faithful to reality.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator adds beautiful Nordic views in its latest update

a large airplane flying high up in the air: Microsoft Flight Simulator © Microsoft Microsoft Flight Simulator

Just in time for the launch of Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox Series consoles next month, developer Asobo Studios has added some extra details that players will appreciate. World Update V is focused on the Nordic region (specifically Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden), bringing stunning vistas to an already visually impressive title.

A brief trailer shows the payoff for some extra attention on landscapes (so many fjords) and urban areas with detailed architecture for you to fly around showing off everything from ancient castles to modern stadiums, towers and bridges. According to the team, the new areas include “100 airports and 77 carefully selected points of interest.” You can see Lego House and Frederiksborg Castle in the trailer, along with the Arctic Cathedral and Sarek National Park.

The Xbox launch is timed for July 27th, arriving after several updates to optimize the game and even reduce its staggering initial installation size. If you have a capable PC you can install this latest update for free — it’s also localized in Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish if you’d like the full Nordic experience — while Xbox One owners wait for cloud streaming to bring high-end titles their way later this year.