Microsoft Flight Simulator 2021 will launch on Xbox Series consoles next month, and Asobo Studios has added a few extras that players will enjoy. World Update V concentrates on the Nordic regions (specifically Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden), adding even more beauty to an already visually impressive title.
You will be able to fly around everything from ancient castles to modern stadiums, towers, and bridges as you fly around the landscape (so many fjords) and urban areas.
The trailer for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2021 reveals Lego House and Frederiksborg Castle, as well as the Arctic Cathedral and Sarek National Park. The new areas include “100 airports and 77 carefully selected points of interest.”
The Xbox launch is scheduled for July 27th, after several updates to optimize the game and even reduce its staggering size when installed.
Those operating a PC with a capable graphics card can install this latest update of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2021 for free, and do not have to wait for cloud streaming to bring high-end titles to Xbox One later this year.