Microsoft Flight Simulator June 4th Update – Partnership Series Update, Alpha 4, and more

Microsoft Flight Simulator Update June 4th (7)

The weekly update from Microsoft is here with more details on the upcoming Flight Simulator. This week, we get an update on the Partnership Series, a look into the release schedule for Alpha 4, and more. Let’s jump right in.

Partnership Series

In next week’s update, the team will be releasing the next installment of the Partnership Series starting with meteoblue. On June 18th, the Partnership Series will cover NAVBLUE, and on June 25th, the Partnership Series will cover FlightAware. The Partnership Series will also continue through July, but no announcement on who those companies will be or what dates.


The team has given us an update on the status of the next Alpha build. Alpha 4 is expected to release on June 11th, as well as the build notes for that Alpha. The team is in a final testing phase for the build, and if everything goes well, it will release on schedule.

A new round of Alpha invitations has also been sent out today. Be sure to check your email inbox and spam box to see if you got accepted.

Development Roadmap

A new Development Roadmap was posted, outlining the future Partnership Series, and upcoming Alphas. The close beta is still expected for mid July.


Community Screenshots

Microsoft has once again provided plenty of new screenshots for us to check out. This week includes some amazing landscapes, more night lighting, and also some close-ups of the planes.

Next update is June 11th.

Tags : AlphaMicrosoft Flight SimulatorMSFSPartnership SeriesUpdate
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