Microsoft Flight Simulator is getting free Japan World Update on September 29

Alonzo Simpson
September 27, 2020

The update enhances Microsoft Flight Simulator's depiction of Japan with digital elevation mapping of the whole country.

With Microsoft Flight Simulator's World Update I: Japan presenting what will no doubt be a string of improvements to the game's entire planet Earth players get to explore. "World Update 1: Japan" will allow the developers to fix those problems while also giving them room to alter the look and feel of those spaces in one fell swoop. What's more, it will add high-resolution 3D photogrammetry for six cities. Apart from that, there will be a trio of landing challenges at the Japanese airports as well.

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Naturally, since this is an authentic reproduction of Japan, you'll also be able to fly over representations of major Japanese landmarks.

At the Xbox Tokyo Game Show, Microsoft revealed a load of aspects regarding Xbox in the nation - including an update to Microsoft Fligth Simulator. There will, of course, be plenty of other things to discover in the new update, so make sure that you get stuck into it when it lands if you want to experience Japan in all its beauty. Expect more information on the update to come before its release on September 29th. The game is performing well on Steam despite being free as part of Xbox Game Pass for PC.

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