One of the charms of Microsoft Flight Simulator is that it allows you to fly to and visit some really exotic and extreme locations.
Serving the Rothera Research Station, it’s equipped with a 3,000 ft crushed rock runway and a skiway. This should be perfect for Aerosoft’s own upcoming Twin Otter.
At the moment, the only image available is the one shown above, which was used to tease the add-on.
Speaking of more extreme locations, we hear from MK-Studios that they intend to add to their recently-released Keflavík add-on (which was just updated today to version 1.01 adjusting the airport’s data), including improvements to Akureyri Airport (BIAR) and Ísafjörður Airport (BIIS).
Both are considered among of the most dangerous airports in the world, and you can see why below.
For another kind of “extreme”, we get some images from Drzewiecki Design, which apparently wants to add some rather unusual details to its static aircraft.
Below we can see their new 737 MAX that will come with “a higher poly geometry (~4k instead of ~2k), openable pax/cargo doors, a custom paintkit and a 3D cockpit”
Recently, we published our massive interview with head of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann, who provided a lot of new info about the present and future of the sim. A few days ago, we also got to hear more, including a trailer for World Update 4 which will feature France and Benelux.
If you’d like to read more about Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons, you can enjoy our recent reviews of the PA-28R Arrow III, Kristiansand Airport, Macau City & Airport, Bonaire Flamingo Airport, Milano Linate Airport, the Singapore City Pack, Tokyo Narita Airport, Yao Airport, the F-15 Eagle, the Paris City Pack, Greater Moncton Airport, Tweed New Haven Airport, Santorini Airport, Sydney Airport, Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, Reggio Calabria Airport, Bastia Poretta Airport, Munich Airport, Paris Orly Airport, Newcastle International Airport, Sankt Johann Airfield, Dublin International Airport, and Seoul City Wow. We also have a beta preview of Singapore Changi airport.
If you want to learn more about the game itself, you can read our review that will tell you everything you need to know about Asobo Studio’s game.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is already available for Windows 10 and Steam and will release in summer 2021 for Xbox Series X ad Series S.