MSFS Releases City Update 3: Texas

The Lone Star State, Texas, has received a City Update for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

The Microsoft Flight Simulator Team has released its newest City Update for Microsoft Flight Simulator, this time covering the Lone Star State, Texas.

Texas is the second-largest state in the United States, after Alaska. It is located in the South Central region of the country and borders Mexico to the south, Texas is known for its wide-open spaces, beautiful urban landscapes, diverse population, and rich history.

This new city update covers the cities of Abilene, Austin, Cedar Park, San Antonio, Schertz, Temple, and Waco. Created using Bing Maps and Vexcel, the aerial imagery was collected and assembled to produce realistic digital photogrammetry renditions of these cities offered in Microsoft Flight Simulator. Simmers can expect to see Austin’s Frost Bank Tower, San Antonio’s renowned Alamo, Waco’s Suspension Bridge and more.

City Update 3: Texas is available now to all users for free, to experience this new City Update, ensure your simulator is updated to version and download the update from the MSFS marketplace.

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