Microsoft Flight Simulator: the roadmap for updates until March 2022

Microsoft Flight Simulator: the roadmap for updates until March 2022

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Microsoft Flight Simulator continues its path of evolution and enrichment even at the beginning of 2022, as evidenced by the roadmap published by the developers on the updates scheduled until March 2022, which include additions in terms of contents and various corrections and improvements.

As for January, the arrival of World Update 7 is expected at the end of the month with the launch of the Fokker FVII aircraft within the "Local Legend II". World Update 7, as previously announced, will be entirely dedicated to Australia, a particularly large territory that therefore requires very demanding work in the construction of specific elements, with improvements in the rendering of cities, particular landmarks and natural settings.

Sim Update 8 should arrive between 21 and 25 February, which is a set of improvements and corrections aimed above all at the game system, or the technical aspects of the simulation and graphics of Microsoft Flight Simulator, waiting to hear more. more.

Microsoft Flight Simulator: the roadmap of updates until March 2022 Finally, in March the arrival of the World Update 8 is expected, of which we await precise information: this too will be based on the improvement of various aspects focused on a specific geographical area, waiting to find out what it is.

In the meantime, we are still waiting to know the release date of the free DLC dedicated to Top Gun: Maverick, which should introduce a real story linked to the new movie. The latter should arrive in theaters in May, so it is likely that around the same time the expansion of Microsoft Flight Simulator will also arrive, which had been postponed precisely to come out together with the film.

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