The Japanese update of Microsoft Flight Simulator to come next week

If you have already dreamed of flying a plane in the clouds in your childhood, Microsoft Flight Simulator is the game that can realize your dreams. It’s been around a month since the game exit, and the media threshing around the game does not seem to diminish so soon. For the delight of fans, another update is coming soon in the game.

Microsoft today announced to Tokyo Games Show that Microsoft Flight Simulator would receive a new update that will be released on September 29th. The update will focus primarily on improving the flight experience in Japan.

The modernization of six cities using 3D photogrammetry is quite remarkable. These cities include Sendai, Takamatsu, Tokushima, Tokyo, Utsunomiya and Yokohama. In addition to this, the whole city receives an improved digital elevation card.

Players can also attend new airports, including Nagasaki, Hachijojima, Kerama, Kushiro, Shimojishima and Suwanosejima, and twenty new sites such as Mount Fuji, Himeji Castle, Hōryū-ji and Hashima Island. Apart from this, there will also be a trio of landing challenges at Japanese airports on which players will try to try.

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