World Update 3 for Microsoft Flight Simulator is a bit behind, but developers expect it to be released around the second week of February.
World Update 3 for the following tasks Microsoft Flight Simulator The integration of the photogrammetric city and the SIM card is about to be completed.
This considerable update includes new antennas, new DEM, 80 POIs, five airports (Bara, Liverpool, End of the World, Manchester-Barton and Out Skerries), two landing challenges, and five brand new photography Measure cities such as Cambridge, Oxford, Birmingham and Bristol. You can also expect to make visual and logical improvements at airports in more than 85 regions, improve digital elevation data in the UK, and carry out three new activities.
Unfortunately, New City delayed the release of World Update 3. But the Bing Maps team is working hard to do this, and data provider Bluesky is also helping. The complete 3D London is the key element of this version.
Asobo Studio said that there is more integration work to be done, and then various data transfers need to be completed, but the progress is very good. The update is now expected to arrive between February 9th and February 11th.
You can view London in the two images below, as well as Blarney Castle in Ireland, Forth Bridge in Scotland and Windsor Castle in Berkshire, England.
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Microsoft Flight Simulator is now available on PC, and it will launch Xbox series X/S in the summer of 2021.