In June it was announced that helicopters and gliders are arriving , but they will arrive earlier than expected. Developer Asobo Studio previously said it would add them on November 22, but instead it will introduce both types of aircraft on November 11.
That’s the release date for the game’s 40th Anniversary Edition, which will be available as a free update to anyone who has purchased the game. Microsoft Flight Simulator. Xbox Game Pass members get free access. On the same date, Asobo Studio will add another plane that has been much requested by the community: a real-life aircraft. Almost every button in the Airbus A-310 works as expected, like Microsoft Flight Simulator head Jorg Neumann .
Some famous historic aircraft will also participate in the game, including the 1947 Hughes H-4 Hercules (also known as the fir goose), the largest seaplane and wooden aircraft ever built. also the Spirit of St. Louisthe aircraft that Charles Lindbergh flew in May 1927 in the first solo non-stop transatlantic flight will be available.
In total, Asobo will add 12 planes, four classic commercial airports (including Chicago’s Meigs Field), 10 glider airports, 14 heliports, and 20 missions from past games on November 11. Meanwhile, the studio just came out Microsoft Flight Simulator‘s first city update, with photogrammetry improvements for the German locations Hannover, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Bonn and Cologne. The update coincides with , which takes place in Cologne this week.
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