Microsoft Flight Simulator adds today the World Update IV featuring France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg to the simulator.
World Update IV brings improved digital elevation data and aerial imagery, high-resolution 3D photogrammetry for two of Europe’s most iconic cities, Paris and Amsterdam, and three new meticulously hand-crafted airports (Megève, Nice, and Rotterdam), plus visual and logistical improvements to 100 additional airports throughout the area.
The development team also added new architectural elements to introduce extended authenticity to countless procedurally generated locations. More than 100 famous landmarks and points of interest have received the attention of the studio, bringing “impeccable levels of detail to the region’s most unforgettable sights”
Take a glimpse of the castles and cathedrals, monuments and museums, palaces, bridges, lighthouses, dams, windmills, and stadiums in the newest trailer:
In the heart of Western Europe, embrace the spirit of a bygone era intermingled with modern influences and attractions as you explore a plethora of sights on display — from seaside communities to urban centers, idyllic vineyards to epic mountain ranges and world-famous resort towns – all featuring stunning upgrades and visual enhancements.
Make sure your simulator is up to date, visit the Marketplace to download the FRBENELUX bundle, and set a course for the timeless beauty of Western Europe. The sky is calling!
Asobo Studio also announced two new activities, the Landing Challenge at La Salette, and the thrilling Bush Trip into the heights of the Pyrenees and the Alps. World Update IV: France, Belgium, Netherlands & Luxembourg is now available for free to all Microsoft Flight Simulator players.
Asobo Studio has been consistently adding DLCs to the simulator. Back in February the World Update 3 added the United Kingdom & Ireland featuring high-resolution 3D photogrammetry for the renowned cities of Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, London, and Oxford.