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Microsoft Flight Simulator: New Content Dedicated to the US (and Beyond)

In addition to the new version (Coming this fall to celebrate the franchise’s 40th anniversary), Xbox Game Studios is working on new content for Microsoft Flight Simulator. The new World Update X, which was launched yesterday for the PC and Xbox console versions, has introduced a series of new airports and territories to explore.

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Microsoft Flight Simulator World X update Focus on the territory of the USA And it is no coincidence that it has already become available since yesterday: in the last 24 hours, in fact, the USA celebrated Flag Day. The update included new 3D cities such as San Diego, Albany, Key Largo, Seattle, and Olympia, as well as four new airports built from scratch. New airports include Catalina in California, Valdez in Alaska, Lake Tahoe in Nevada and Rhode Island in Block Island. But not only airports and cities: the new update, in fact, included another series of important features.

Let’s start with the points of interest: the new update introduced 87, Thus allowing players to get more content than in the past. Three new expeditions and three new landing challenges were also introduced. All content is visible in the new trailer, which you can find a little lower.

Microsoft Flight Simulator Available on Xbox Game Pass and for purchase on Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and PC. As expected at first, the title will receive a remake to celebrate the forty years of the franchise, with a host of new content. Obviously, we are waiting for the release date: at the moment, in fact, only the launch window has been announced, that is, this fall. Keep following Tom’s Hardware for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the video game world.

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