The Microsoft Flight Simulator has been thrilled since August 2020 virtual pilots. Since the release six SIM and six World Updates have steadily improved the flight experience. And now the next big update is: On November 18, 2021, the Game-of-the-Year-Edition (Goty Edition) appears. This new version celebrates according to announcement all the positive feedback, the reviews as well as awards and at the same time is a thank you to the fans who made the simulator to flyers.
Microsoft Flight Simulator Goty Edition: This is new
Of course, the developers not only have the foggy name for the title in Petto, but also new features, aircraft and airports in abundance. The fresh features are an updated weather system, an early access to DX12 (DirectX-12 support) and a replay system for development mode. In addition, Simmerinnen and Simmer may look forward to five new aircraft:
The Boeing F / A-18 Super Hornet , the first military jet in the Microsoft Flight Simulator .
Volocity : An urban air taxi of the German company Volocopter, which enables punctual landings.
Pilatus PC-6 Porter : A Short Takeoff and Landing aircraft (Stol).
Cubcrafters NX Cub and Aviat Pitts Special S1s .
For start-up and land maneuvers, eight graphically polished airports in Central Europe and the US are available in the future:
Leipzig / Halle Airport (EDDP)
Allgäu Airport Memmingen (Edja)
Kassel Airport (EDVK)
Lugano Airport (LSZA)
Zurich Airport (LSZH)
Lucerne-Beromünster Airport (LSZO)
Patrick Space Force Base (KCOF)
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar (KNKX)
On top of that, the developers add information on 545 previously missing airports in the United States.
New missions and tutorials
Due to the great popularity of the discovery flights start at six other places, including Helsinki, Freiburg im Breisgau, Mecca, Monument Valley, Singapore and Mount Cook. To make the first flights for beginners even more exciting, 14 fresh tutorials are waiting for you.
New Photogrammetry Cities
Helsinki (Finland), Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany), Brighton, Derby, Eastbourne, Newcastle and Nottingham (Great Britain) as well as Utrecht (Netherlands) shine in new splendor – thanks to the cooperation with Bing Maps.