Microsoft Flight Simulator Landmarks Panama City Gets New Screenshots; Global Vehicle Traffic Released

Today third-party developers revealed new images and released a new add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator.
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Today third-party developers revealed new images and released a new add-on for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

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We get to see new screenshots from Orbx showcasing its upcoming Landmarks Panama City add-on including both the city and the famous canal.

You can check them out below.

Apologies for the temporary use of imgur galleries. Our gallery feature is temporarily broken due to a software transition and we’ll revert to that as soon as possible.

Next is a release from LatinVFR, which launched Global Vehicle Traffic, in the effort to improve the cars and trucks traveling along the roads of the simulator.

You can find it at the developer’s own store for $8.99 or on SimMarket (a bit pricier).

  • Replacement of road vehicle traffic with different sets for diverse parts of the world, for North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Middle East and Africa.
  • Vehicles that resemble real world type of traffic
  • Compact cars, vans, buses, Trucks.
  • Different logos for many of the trucks with real world companies.
  • More realistic vehicles than the stock/default with no impact on performance.
  • The country of New Zealand couldn’t be modified.   
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