The next World Update for Microsoft Flight Simulator will focus on Nordic countries and supply new hand-crafted airports and sights to overfly. Up till today, it was unidentified when the brand-new World Update would be launched for the simulator. Through the Microsoft Flight Simulator blog, we have actually discovered that the Asobo Studio and Microsoft strategy on launching World Update V on Thursday, 17th June 2021.
The new Nordics World Update will include new data and airports for Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland.
Gaya Simulations has actually been striving on the points of interest for this update therefore far we have actually seen previews of the similarity Egeskov Castle, Lego House, Oland Bridge, Kiruna Church, Helsinki Cathedral, the Arctic Cathedral and Hvitserkur.
As a pointer the full list of consisted of airports for World Update V is as follows:
- Bornholm Airport, Denmark (EKRN)
- Sandskei Airport, Iceland (BISS)
- Svalbard Airport, Norway (ENSB)
- Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden (ESSA)
- Vaasa Airport, Finland (EFVA)
The development update on the blog was rather light in content, with the group guaranteeing more details on future updates quickly. However, it’s worth keeping in mind that today will see Microsoft will be exposing their Microsoft and Bethesda E3 display. Whilst there is nothing validated so far for the simulator at the event, we’ll be keeping a close eye on the video gaming event to see if anything is shared for the future of Microsoft Flight Simulator. If you ‘d like to view the Microsoft and Bethesda E3 display, you can tune in on Sunday, 13th June 2021.