Asobo Studio Welcomes Latest Microsoft Flight Simulator World Update Emphasizing On The U.K. & Ireland


Posted on February 16, 2021 by Nick Moreno

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While Asobo Studio’s Microsoft Flight Simulator was a big release on Microsoft’s behalf for its platform roughly half a year ago, the game still maintained its momentum to this past The Game Awards where the title received the Best Simulator Game award. Atop of receiving the award, Asobo Studio did present on thing – Microsoft Flight Simulator is coming to Xbox consoles the following summer. However, it is still unclear when exactly that is happening.

But in the meantime, the French developer is still pumping out continuous fixes to its project and even applying some finish to select regions of the game’s world. Back in November, Asobo Studio introduced World Update II – the client offered a revised update to the United States territory which emphasized on its landmarks and other natural beauties.

Now on Tuesday, Microsoft Flight Simulator is back once again with a new update for the title. This time, players can bask in on the newest details painted in for the United Kingdom & Ireland. You can view the full list of additions below:

England

Anfield
Angel of the North
Blenheim Palace
Blackpool Tower
Brighton Place Pier
Buckingham Palace
Catenbury Cathedral
Cliffs of Dover
Eden Project
Hampton Court
Humber Bridge
Jodrell Bank Observatory
Lake District National Park
Land’s End
London Eye
Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site
Salisbury Cathedral
Spinnaker Tower
Stamford Bridge
Stonehenge
Windsor Castle
Warwick Castle

Ireland

Blarney Castle
Killarney National Park
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge

Scotland

Barra Airport
Eilean Donan Castle
Floors Castle
Glenfinnan Viaduct
Loch Leven
Mount Stuart House
Out Skerries
Palace of Holyroodhouse
Stirling Castle
The Fourth Bridges
The National Wallace Monument

Wales

Principality Stadium
Snowdonia National Park
Pontcysyllte Aqueduct

United Kingdom

Titanic Belfast

“Take flight into a region rich with tradition, culture and heritage — not to mention a fair share of myth and legend,” writes Jorg Neumann, Microsoft Flight Simulator Head. “From seats of royalty to centers of finance, bustling metropolitan hubs to sprawling farmsteads and cliffside villages, the splendor of the United Kingdom and Ireland is on full display with dramatic upgrades and visual enhancements.”

While the console version is still some time away from release, PC users did welcome a new peripheral back in December. As part of a community livestream, Asobo Studio issued that virtual reality support will ship for the game in a future update which is now live. You can read the report by heading here.

Are you excited to see the latest update live now for Microsoft Flight Simulator?

Microsoft Flight Simulator is out now for PC; coming to Xbox One & Xbox Series X|S sometime in summer 2021.

Source: Xbox Wire

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