from Thilo Bayer
Microsoft has released a new video for the Flight Simulator from the "Around the world" series. Around the World is a six episode series that takes viewers through Oceania, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. In episode 5 you explore North America, the third largest continent in the world. In addition to the major cities in Canada (Toronto, Montreal, etc.), major cities in the USA (Chicago, Boston) and Mexico (Mexico City) can also be seen.

Microsoft / Asobo Studios recently had the World Update 4 for the Flight Simulator released:

Microsoft and Asobo had announced in advance that the fourth update for the Flight Simulator (buy now € 68.23 ) carries out general bug fixes (VFR map, black screen in avionics), updates to navigation data, UI updates, aerodynamics updates, updates to activities, marketplace updates and also game world updates. The changelog published for the patch is comparatively clear and goes through the individual points again. The VFR card with the visual flight rules should no longer crash the game during a flight. In addition, avionics screens or buttons in the cockpit should no longer be arbitrarily switched off ("ghost cockpit"). Also, crashes related to using the Smart Cam have been fixed.

The changelog also states that Navblue navigation data has been updated and the version history is now correctly displayed in the marketplace and in the content manager. Multiple and simultaneous downloads in the content manager are handled better to prevent crashes or freezes. The packages downloaded via the content manager should now load correctly without having to restart the game. The airport symbols on the world map have also been changed slightly.

There have been minor changes to the autopilot in terms of aerodynamics, and the multiplayer mode in Japan Discovery Flight has been deactivated. The marketplace has received some undisclosed quality-of-life improvements, and the height of autogenous buildings has been checked. Finally, the luminance was changed in six Japanese cities: Sendai, Takamatsu, Tokushima, Tokyo, Utsunomiya and Yokohama. The roadmap for the other patches (Update 5, 6 and 7) stipulates that these should appear every two weeks.

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