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PMDG 737 For Microsoft Flight Simulator Likely Getting Progress Update in 2 Months; TF-104G gets New Video

Third-party developers are continuing to work hard on content for Microsoft Flight Simulator, including aircraft and scenery.
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Third-party developers are continuing to work hard on content for Microsoft Flight Simulator, including aircraft and scenery.

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We get a note from PMDG, which is working on developing its 737 add-on package on Microsoft Flight Simulator. This is a very complex study-level add-on, so it’ll take a long time to release, but we should get a progress update in a couple of months.

“I don’t have any guidance change on the 737 moving to MSFS yet- but I am likely going to show you a progress update there in… two months or so? Timeline is a bit spongy- but the 737 is taking longer than anticipated. The folks at Asobo are champions and they take time out of every working day to engage with us, offer suggestions and map out changes/fixes that we need in order to move PMDG products into the MSFS platform. I cannot speak highly enough of the Asobo team- and once we clear a few more hurdles I hope to be able to show you what their input has meant to PMDG’s version of the future simming. 737 for MSFS is still a long way out- but…”

Next is a video from SimSkunkWorks featuring the sound of its TF-104G Starfighter.

Whiskey Jet Simulations released another image of its Airbus A220.

Next, we move on to airports, as Drzewiecki Design shared another look at the static aircraft and hangars of its upcoming Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (KDCA).

Last, but not least, AUScene shared more screenshots of Aldinga Airfield  (YADG) in Australia.

Interestingly, that VH-UEQ de Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth II is a real (and rather well-known) aircraft based at Aldinga.

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.

If you’d like to read more about Microsoft Flight Simulator add-ons, you can enjoy our recent reviews of Macau City & AirportBonaire Flamingo AirportMilano Linate Airport, the Singapore City PackTokyo Narita AirportYao Airport, the F-15 Eagle, the Paris City PackGreater Moncton AirportTweed New Haven AirportSantorini AirportSydney AirportHelsinki-Vantaa AirportReggio Calabria Airport, Bastia Poretta AirportMunich Airport, Paris Orly AirportNewcastle International AirportSankt Johann AirfieldDublin 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.

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Proud weeb hailing from sunny (not as much as people think) Italy and long-standing gamer since the age of Mattel Intellivision and Sinclair ZX Spectrum. Definitely a multi-platform gamer, he still holds the old dear PC nearest to his heart, while not disregarding any console on the market. RPGs (of any nationality), MMORPGs, and visual novels are his daily bread, but he enjoys almost every other genre, prominently racing simulators, action and sandbox games. He is also one of the few surviving fans on Earth of the flight simulator genre.