You expected it, you just saw it on your big Bcanes and your Xbox: the update of a world called Microsoft Flight Simulator appears with this time in the beautiful landscapes of France, as well as in the Benelux (Netherlands). Belgium and Luxembourg).
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Indeed, as of today thanks to the latest free update from Microsoft Flight Simulator, You travel to well-known counters: France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.
And with it you can discover a lot of things that are changing, namely: An improved digital elevation map and high resolution 3D photogrammetry for two of the most famous cities in Europe: Paris and Amsterdamas well as three new hand-modeled airports (Megve, Nice and Rotterdam) and the visual and logistical improvement of 100 additional airports. Not bad, right?
The 4th ‘World Update’ from #Flight simulator including the 🇫🇷 is available!
– Thomas Beaufils @ 💉 (@ArchieTBeaufils) April 13, 2021
Within this update“France is the area that has benefited from the most improvements”. All the better! Why how ? Simply, according to comments from Asobo / MS: Paris, monuments such as the Eiffel Tower, Notre-Dame de Paris, the Louvre or Beaubourg have been reworked by hand to represent national treasures as faithfully as possible. Here’s a good idea. You will fly over places so steeped in history that Asobo put her heart into it.
This is not all, as it is also the case for many emblematic places across France, such as the Falaises d’tretat, Mont-Blanc, the Millau Viaduct, Fort Boyard, the Chteau d’If, the Dune du Pilat, Notre-Dame de Fourvire, the Citadel of Lille and many more.
The country also benefits from the new digital elevation map, which enables a more accurate representation of the reliefs, be it in mountain ranges or even by the sea. Martinique in particular shows remarkable improvements. More than 100 special destinations were treated in a tailor-made manner. You fly over other castles, cathedrals, monuments, museums, palaces, bridges, lighthouses, dams, mills and stadiums.