World Microsoft Flight Simulator: World Update 3 and Sim Update 3 are coming in February
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Something is happening again at Microsoft Flight Simulator: Microsoft and the lead developer studio Asobo have largely tied down two major updates for February with World Update 3 and Sim Update 3. World Update 3 will deal with Great Britain and Ireland and is about to be completed according to theDevelopment Update. The development has been completed so far and we are now in the process of implementing the photogrammetry and various improvements in the integration before the update is finally rolled out.
The World Update 3 brings 5 cities (London, Birmingham, Bristol, Oxford and Cambridge) and 5 airports that have also been implemented (Liverpool, Barra, Manchester-Barton, Land's End and Out Skerries) as well as more than 80 new POIs, three new activities and further visual and logistical improvements for an additional 85 airports in the region. In addition, the digital elevation change data for the whole of Great Britain has been improved and updated. If nothing else happens, World Update 3 will appear between February 9th and 11th, 2021.
In addition, the Sim Update 3 now also has a binding date and is to be rolled out for all players on February 26th, 2021. In addition to bug fixes and optimizations, it also brings improved aerodynamics. In addition, 20 new objects such as planes and airports were published in the shop, and three more updates are available here.
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