Following the announcement during the Microsoft Flight Simulator recorded Q&A session, World Update 14: Central Eastern Europe has been released.
World Update 14 focuses on Central Eastern Europe. This pack will include 6 countries: Czechia (Czech Republic), Slovakia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Slovenia, and Croatia. As with other World Updates before it, this one includes new DEM data, new aerial imagery, updated landmarks (103 made by Gaya Simulations) and cities, and of course, new six hand-crafted airports.
Microsoft Maps & Local, in collaboration with Vexcel, created 10 cities throughout the region: Prague, Brno, and Plzeň in Czechia; Budapest in Hungary; Ljubljana and Maribor in Slovenia; Split and Dubrovnik in Croatia; and Sarajevo and Banja Luka in Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The region bristles with history, architectural wonders, and stunning scenery. The Central Eastern Europe countries beckon exploration from above with never-before-seen fidelity.Microsoft Flight Simulator Page
A total of 6 airports hand-crafted were released as part of the update. These are as follows:
- Karlovy Vary Airport (LKKV) in Czechia
- Poprad-Tatry Airport (LZTT) in Slovakia
- Pécs-Pogány Airport (LHPP) in Hungary
- Zagorje ob Savi Airport (LJZA) in Slovenia
- Rijeka International Airport (LDRI) in Croatia
- Prijedor Urije Airport (LQPD) in Bosnia-Herzegovina
As with other updates, there are also a range of POIs included. A total of 103 are included and spread across the updated countries. Completing the update is a series of discovery flights, landing challenges and bush trips that will help you discover the region in rich detail.
You can download World Update 14 now from the in-sim Marketplace for free for both PC and Xbox versions of the simulator.