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Happy new year simmers! It’s great to be back. We hope you’ve had a restful holiday. To kick off 2022, this morning we released build version 220.127.116.11, available now on PC and Xbox. If you participated in the public beta, please click here to learn how to leave the preview smoothly.
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2021 is coming to a close, and our team will be taking a short break. This will be the last Development Update until the new year.
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A Walk Down Reno’s Flight Line When it comes to speed, not all planes are created equal. Since the very first Reno Air Races, competing aircraft have been separated into different classes based on their speed and performance. That first event in 1964 featured three classes: Biplanes like the Pitts Special, Formula 1 race planes that must adhere to identical performance standards, and Unlimited: classic WWII era warbirds where anything goes when it comes to … Continued
Though the sport of air racing had once been immensely popular with an American public fascinated by aviation, it had almost completely vanished by the 1960s. That’s when Bill Stead, a Nevada rancher and WWII veteran, saw an opportunity to revive pylon-based air racing in the United States. For more than 55 years since, some of the finest pilots in the world have gathered at Reno-Stead Airport every September for the National Championship Air Races, a week-long festival of racing and aerial demonstrations.
The team is proud to announce a new series of releases called “Local Legends” that will frequently coincide with World Updates. These aircraft are famous in the region of the world update, but often are not as well known to a worldwide audience. For World Update VI, we chose a famous German plane from 1930 called the Junkers Ju 52, now available from the Marketplace.
For this week's Community Fly-In, we'll be flying over the Canadian Rockies with a special guest who is an expert on Twin Otters. ⛰️— Microsoft Flight Simulator (@MSFSofficial) January 18, 2022
If you are interested in joining us for our flight, see our forum post for more details: https://t.co/uJpTcgzCdA pic.twitter.com/0xIuAyBKnI
This week's screenshot challenge theme is Regions: Baja California! Capture a screenshot in the Baja California/Baja California Sur area. 🌊— Microsoft Flight Simulator (@MSFSofficial) January 17, 2022
Be sure to tag your submission with #MSFSchallenge! pic.twitter.com/Ev4kkBvUss
Ihr wollt wissen, wie es ist, wenn man in den USA arbeitet und seine Eltern nur per Microsoft Flight Simulator besuchen kann? Dann schaut doch mal unsere #DeveloperStory über den internationalen Entwicklungschef von @MSFSofficial, Jörg Neumann, an. 🛫👇🏻https://t.co/SDJFll5Z2Y pic.twitter.com/qEwFyXNLUm— Microsoft Germany (@MicrosoftDE) January 17, 2022