Microsoft Flight Simulator has its new v184.108.40.206 update pushed out, and while it fixes some niggly issues -- gamers as a whole, aren't happy with the new small update.
Asobo Studio says that the new Flight Simulator v220.127.116.11 update fixes people crashing to the desktop, while crashes using the VFR map in-flight, and smart cam mode-related crashes mostly fixed. The developer says that the "Autogen buildings height has been reviewed", while players noted gigantic skyscrapers throughout the countryside.
Flight Simulator's new update has also had some changes made to the aerodynamics, with Asobo explaining "autopilot pitch oscillation has been reduced on some planes" while UI elements get a slight touch up. Asobo has also performed some unknown quality of life improvements to the Flight Simulator marketplace, too.
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