There’s an exhilarating buzz in the air. Fans of the renowned Microsoft Flight Simulator have been gearing up for some significant updates. And today, some very tempting breadcrumbs have been dropped our way. Let’s dive right in, shall we?
The world of virtual aviation is always evolving. With every update, the flight experience edges a tad closer to reality. Can you feel the excitement building up? And guess what, today, third-party developers dropped some intriguing hints and reveals about the add-ons coming our way.
A Closer Look at Diamond DA20-C1 Eclipse & More
Remember those moments when you’d hover over the ‘play’ button, waiting in anticipation for what’s next? Well, SimSolutions seems to have captured that very sentiment. They’ve just teased us with a trailer of the much-awaited Diamond DA20-C1 Eclipse. While we’re all playing the guessing game on its specific release date, the good news is that the wait isn’t long. We can expect this beauty to grace our virtual skies by the end of August. How’s that for a mid-year present?
But wait, there’s more! Fly2High is joining the teaser parade with their own trailer, giving us a glimpse of the Jeju International Airport (RKPC). Recognize it? It’s the second-largest airport in South Korea, and guess what? This addition might also be right around the corner.
Ever caught yourself daydreaming about flying over Stuttgart? If you have, RDPresets has just the thing for you. They’ve announced that they’re bringing the Stuttgart Airport (EDDS) to our favorite simulator. And they’re not making us wait either. Mark your calendars for Monday, August 21. If their promises of “high detail buildings, replica interior with 3D people, sharp and realistic ground markings” hold true, we’re in for a treat!
If you’re the kind who appreciates the smaller details, Drzewiecki Design might have something to pique your interest. They’ve shared screenshots of the upcoming Everett Paine Field (KPAE) in the US, giving us a sneak peek into the terminal.
Last but certainly not least, Shadescene has released its Langkawi International Airport (WMKL) in Malaysia. If you’ve got $15.90 to spare, you can now get your hands on features like custom terraforming, moderate terminal interior details, hand-placed taxiways, and a full day/night lighting system.
Rounding it Up
With all these additions and tweaks, the future of Microsoft Flight Simulator looks promising. For those who’ve been exploring virtual skies on PC, Xbox Series X|S, or Xbox Cloud Gaming, it’s like Christmas came early. And for the ones who’re always looking forward to the next big thing, keep an eye out on TechRaptor. They’re your daily source for everything Microsoft Flight Simulator. Ready for the next adventure? Let’s soar!