Microsoft Flight Simulator has been updated to version 22.214.171.124, which is the 6th patch to be released since the release on August 18th. The new update updates the navigation data, fixes various aircraft issues and curve sensitivity has been adjusted. The new post on the blog goes into more detail about the changes to the simulator.
As mentioned, the blog post highlights that 14 key items have been changed with this patch. Those who had issues with the bank oscillation on the Airbus A32NEO will be pleased to hear the issue is fixed, along with a fix to the Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner. Furthermore, there has been fixes to the cockpit interactions with 3rd party planes and liveries should now be accessible in the game and load correctly. Furthermore, lighting should no longer be triggered in clear skies and sensitivity curve metholdoy has been adapted depending on the input.
As with other patch updates, it is advisable that you remove the community folder out of the current location and then place the folder back after the update. This has often been the cause of unexpected behaviour with the simulator. To obtain the update, launch the Microsoft Store, update the installer and then load up the simulator to download patch #6 of Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Microsoft Flight Simulator Patch #6 (v126.96.36.199) is now available to download for free for all users.
Microsoft Flight Simulator Patch #6 (v188.8.131.52) Changelog
- Navblue data has been updated
- Navigation data date is now dynamically set in the avionics
- ATC window should now list the entire name of approaches
- ATC should respond to requests for changing an approach into an airport
- User should now have the option to request an IFR clearance in the air even if they have a flight plan entered / loaded in their GPS
- ATC should now respond to requests for changing runways while near / on approach to an airport
- The Fly-by-wire bank oscillation has been fixed for the Airbus A320neo
- The overpowered engine of the Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner has been reduced
- Fixed broken plane instruments when switching to Metrics via the options menu
- Fixed cockpit interactions that were either getting mixed up or not working on 3rd party airplanes
- All liveries should now be accessible in game and properly loaded
- Lightning should no longer be triggered in clear skies
- The sensitivity curve methodology has been adapted for the different inputs
- New temporal anti-aliasing (TAA), along with new sharpen filter using AMD FidelityFX CAS” falls into