Microsoft and Asobo Studios have just pushed the full changelog with patch #4 for their simulator. Version 22.214.171.124 of the sim is due out today. The major features of this patch were hinted a few days ago, but we now have our hands on the full changelog.
- The VFR map should no longer crash the title during a flight
- Avionic screens or buttons in the cockpit should no longer be turned off randomly (ghost cockpit)
- Crashes related to the use of the Smart cam have been fixed
- Navblue navigation data has been updated
- Version history is now properly displayed in the Marketplace and Content manager
- The multiple simultaneous downloads in the content manager are better handled to prevent crashes or freezes
- The packages downloaded through the content manager should now be correctly loaded without requiring a reboot of the title
- The airport icons in the world map have been slightly modified
- Auto Pilot pitch oscillation has been reduced on some planes
- Multiplayer has been deactivated in the Japan Discovery Flight
- Quality of life updates for the marketplace
- Autogen buildings height has been reviewed
- TIN luminance (Sendai, Takamatsu, Tokushima, Tokyo, Utsunomiya, Yokohama)
As always, the Microsoft Flight Simulator development team relies heavily on user feedback, even if their hands are already full with so many projects and improvements. Users are encouraged to share their findings on the forums at this address. The next development update is now expected for October 27th where patch #5 features will be unveiled. The activity in the Microsoft Flight Simulator sphere is high in those days ; make sure to stick around FSElite for the latest news and bits of the new platform.