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Microsoft Flight Simulator Receives World Update VII Delivering A New Addition To Australia

Posted on February 1, 2022 by Nick Moreno

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For the past few months over at Microsoft Flight Simulator, the world updates that populates the map with real-time landmarks, airports, and other monuments has emphasized on Europe specifically. In that, World Update III covered the U.K., World Update IV extended to France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, World Update V explored the Nordic region, and World Update VI included Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

Aside from the heavy updates aimed at the E.U., Asobo Studio behind the game was also curating more for Microsoft Flight Simulator. In that, Air Races & City Copter would be introduced to the game. It was not until this past November where the Game of the Year iteration of the game welcomed the mode and the new vehicle to the title.

Now this week, Asobo Studio returns with World Update VII which welcomed players to Australia with its own mix of associated points of interest. Here is the list offered in the new trailer which you can read in the list below:

Australian Capital Territory

Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex
Telstra Tower

New South Wales

Byron Bay
Gladesville Bridge
Hawkesbury River Railway Bridge
Luna Park Sydney
Parkes Observatory
Paul Wild Observatory
Siding Spring Observatory
Three Sisters
Warragamba Dam

Northern Australia

Lake Wood Conservatory Covenant
Pine Gap
Simpson Desert

Northern Territory

Barkley Tableland


Great Barrier Reef
Green Island Jetty
Gold Coast
The Gabba
Trinity Beach

Souther Australia



Freycinet National Park
Mount Wellington
Tasman Bridge


Bay of Islands Coastal Park
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Philip Island Grand Prix Circut
Split Point Lighthouse
Twelve Apostles
YBMT Mount Beauty Airport

Western Australia

Dampier Peninsula
Fletcher Island
Murchison Radio-Astronomy Observatory
Secure Bay
Shoemaker Crater
Wadjemup Lighthouse
YPBO Paraburdoo Airport

“Soar over the renowned Great Barrier Reef, visit the vast regions of Western Australia, and marvel at the natural beauty of Mount Wellington. From the dusty red outback to shimmering coastlines and sugar white sand beaches, explore the country’s most spectacular sights,” Jorg Neumann, Microsoft Flight Simulator head shares on the new territory to explore.

“A country known for being as diverse as it is beautiful, this great Southern land presents a bucket list of jaw-dropping natural formations and modern man-made wonders – now enhanced with exceptional graphic improvements. What are you most excited about the new Australia for Microsoft Flight Simulator?

Microsoft Flight Simulator is out now for PC, and Xbox Series X|S.

Source: Xbox Wire

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