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News video games 02 February 2023, 16:38

author: Kamil Kleszyk

Microsoft Flight Simulator Devs on Poland and the An-225 Mriya

During a recent stream, the developers of Microsoft Flight Simulator brought fans up to date on the details of an upcoming update.

Yesterday's stream conducted by the developers of Microsoft Flight Simulator brought fans a lot of important information. During the more than 1.5-hour stream Jorg Neumann assured the players that Asobo Studio has not forgotten about them and plans to release a World Update focused specifically on Poland. Unfortunately, he did not reveal when this will happen.

In the near future Microsoft Flight Simulator will also get some iconic aircraft. The first of these will be the Havilland Canada DHC-4, which will become available with February's World Update for New Zealand. A little later, around mid-March, an Antonov An-2 will fly into the game's store. However, this is not the most interesting part.

In the following weeks MSFS fans can expect the biggest - literally - treat. Asobo Studio has announced that later this month owners of the PC version of the game will get the opportunity to purchase the largest aircraft in history - the Antonov An-225.. Xbox console owners will have to wait until March for the popular Mrija. What is worth noting, the sky giant will be priced at $20, and the funds raised from sale will be donated in full to the restoration of the machine.. Recall that it was destroyed during the Russian attack on Ukraine in 2022.

During the stream, the developers talked a little about the aforementioned twelfth World Update, focusing on New Zealand.. Among other things, the update will bring 62 points of interest and 7 photogrammetric cities to the area. Among them will be Auckland, Christchurch, Hamilton, Nelson, Queenstown, Tauranga, Wellington and even the Hobbit village of Hobbiton. The free update will be released on February 23 (via TechRaptor).

Kamil Kleszyk

Kamil Kleszyk

At deals with various jobs. So you can expect from him both news about the farming simulator and a text about the impact of Johnny Depp's trial on the future of Pirates of the Caribbean. Introvert by vocation. Since childhood, he felt a closer connection to humanities than to exact sciences. When after years of learning came a time of stagnation, he preferred to call it his "search for a life purpose." In the end, he decided to fight for a better future, which led him to the place where he is today.