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New Microsoft Flight Simulator Update improves France, Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg

Microsoft has released a brand new update for Microsoft Flight Simulator. According to MS, this update brings flight simmers to France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team also released a new trailer that you can find below.

World Update IV: France, Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg brings improved digital elevation data and aerial imagery, high-resolution 3D photogrammetry for two of Europe’s most iconic cities; Paris and Amsterdam. Moreover, it adds three new meticulously hand-crafted airports (Megève, Nice and Rotterdam). Additionally, it brings visual and logistical improvements to 100 additional airports throughout the area.

Asobo has also improved more than 100 famous landmarks and points of interest, bringing impeccable levels of detail to the region’s most unforgettable sights. Thus, PC gamers can expect more castles and cathedrals, monuments and museums, palaces, bridges, lighthouses, dams, windmills and stadiums.

Lastly, this latest patch adds two new activities. These activities are a Landing Challenge at La Salette, and a Bush Trip into the heights of the Pyrenees and the Alps.

As always, Windows Store and Steam will download this update the next time you launch their clients.

Enjoy!

Microsoft Flight Simulator – Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, and France World Update Trailer

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