With Flight Simulator, you can fly over English Premier League stadiums

English castles and historical places have also been added to the Microsoft emulator: from Buckingham Palace to Stonehenge

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new Major update for Microsoft Flight Simulator It’s official and brings many new features, especially when flying over the United Kingdom and Ireland. The developers have recreated – often by hand – many popular venues across the channel like Castles and other places of archaeological interest He winked in the eyes of football fans with an addition Premier League stadiums.

So, Asobo Studio is launching to full capacity with regular upgrades moving to geographies and the last one called Update the world 3 Hit the British Isles with an impressive list of new places to fly over. The famous mansions scattered between the big cities and the countryside are the masters of those known as Buckingham E Westminster Palace, And various castles Windsor, Edinburgh, Blarney, Warwick and Dublin, the cathedrals of Canterbury, Saint Paul, Salisbury or Durham until the historic towers such as the skyscrapers in London and the most distinctive such as Spinnaker Tower.

You can also see the most visited tourist sites such as Stonehenge complexOr Titanic Belfast, Maritime Greenwich, London Eye, or the Royal Botanic Gardens. They have also been added Premier League stadiums Such as Anfield, Emirates Stadium, Goodison Park, Millennium Stadium, Old Trafford, St James Park, Stamford Bridge, Twickenham Stadium and Wembley Stadium. Finally, the latest update also brings various bridges, bridges and channels to the game.

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As a result, they were Accurately recreated five airports Such as Barra, Liverpool, Land’s End, Manchester-Barton, Out Skerries and the improvement of 85 other minor stops. New activities added to the game include flying over the northern islands and two hard landing challenges. Update Microsoft Flight Simulator It’s free For Xbox Pass owners and available for Windows 10 PCs, the Xbox Series X and S should finally appear in summer.

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