Continuing the tradition, Asobo and Microsoft have shared on their development blog the first post-release update of Microsoft Flight Simulator. In the wake of the first days of public release, the team wanted first to thank all the their customer for the “amazing support and feedback we’ve received since launching MSFS“.
The team then announced they would give a release date for the patch in their next development update on the 27th August. They have shared a link to the current known issues, and the team is working on them.Further along, the team explained that the Software Development Kit (SDK) is still being improved. While the team has concentrated their efforts onto fixing issues and bugs, they are now heading towards more specific SDK for complex aircraft. The WebAssembly is still under development and hopes to put efforts on ports especially coded in C++. They are also workin on the Simconnect API, which has seen issues with the official release of MSFS, bringing framerate drops and stutters when using it.
Finally, the team launches their Around the World Tour series with their first episode dedicated to Oceania. This series aims at giving flight ideas to simmers, displaying famous and lesser known locations that will help pilots discover the best places of MSFS, and leaving our backyards … yes we are all guilty there, going to see if our house was there in the new sim.
Next update will be on the 27th then, make sure to stay tuned on the FSElite frequency for the latest and hottest news in the active simulation community.