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With the new Japan world update, players have access to a redesigned portion of MSF’s world map to fly over and six new airports to land at in Japan.

Microsoft Flight Simulator has become one of the hottest games of the summer after releasing just a few weeks ago.  The updated graphics and new areas of the world to explore have pulled in players from all over the globe. With the new Japan World update, players have access to a redesigned portion of the world map to fly over and six new airports to land at. There’s new landing challenges in and around six Japanese cities that have been updated using high-resolution 3D photogrammetry. The free update will go live on September 29.

Microsoft Flight Simulator isn’t a simple game. It simulates flight using real-world data along with precise globe-mapping, alongside realistic, stunning graphics. It’s beautiful to look down from the window of a plane and see recognizable landmarks or realistic representation of land forms in whatever area the player chooses to fly over. There’s also lots of real-world weather data that’s used to make Microsoft Flight Simulator as realistic as possible.

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The Japan update, or Microsoft Flight Simulator’s World Update 1, as the devs call it, focuses on six cities in The Land of the Rising Sun: Yokohama, Tokyo, Takamatsu, Tokushima, Sendai, and Utsunomiya. There’s also six airports that received major attention during the update: Hachijo-jima island Airport, Kerama Airport, Kushiro Airport, Nagasaki Airport, Shimojishima Airport, and Suwanosejima Airport.

What MSF’s Update Changed

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The designs for the new airports come along with landing challenges in and around the Airports. There’s no assisted landing features in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, and so it will take a few practice lands before players should head over to Japan to try and land in Hachijo-jima Airport, which is located on a volcanic island.

There’s updates to specific buildings in Japan. Cultural landmarks like Himeji Castle and the Kobe Port Tower strongly define the country’s architectural personality, while natural features of the land like Mt. Fuji and Matsushima Bay stick out of the landscape in the most pleasant way. The game offers an experience much better than browsing Google for images, because the landmarks and architecture are able to be viewed from any angle. The experience is visually rich at varying altitudes, which creates an authentic flight experience. Just switch on Auto-Pilot and enjoy the view.

The release of updates for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 will alternate between World Updates and Simulation Updates. Developers Asobo Studios will continue to make these updates free, but will also mix DLC content into the game as time goes along. Since this update focuses on the world of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, the next update players should expect to see is expected to focus on the simulation aspect of the game, and could include new planes. As for the Japan World Update, there’s six new cities and six new airports to keep players busy.

Next: How Easy Microsoft Flight Simulator Is For Beginners

Microsoft Flight Simulator can be played on Xbox One and PC.

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