Microsoft Flight Simulator adds beautiful Nordic views in its latest update – The Verge1 min read

Just in time for the launch of Microsoft Flight Simulator on Xbox Series consoles next month, designer Asobo Studios has added some additional details that gamers will appreciate. World Update V is focused on the Nordic region (specifically Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden), bringing sensational vistas to an already aesthetically outstanding title.

A brief trailer reveals the reward for some additional attention on landscapes (so lots of fjords) and city locations with detailed architecture for you to fly around showing off everything from ancient castles to modern-day stadiums, towers and bridges. According to the group, the new areas consist of “100 airports and 77 carefully selected sights.” You can see Lego House and Frederiksborg Castle in the trailer, together with the Arctic Cathedral and Sarek National Park.
The Xbox launch is timed for July 27th, getting here after a number of updates to enhance the game and even decrease its incredible initial setup size. If you have a capable PC you can install this latest upgrade for complimentary– its likewise localized in Swedish, Norwegian and Finnish if you d like the complete Nordic experience– while Xbox One owners wait for cloud streaming to bring high-end titles their way later on this year.

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