Cityscape Sydney Orbx Microsoft Simulator

Microsoft Flight Simulator is already a seriously impressive package and an amazing game. The latest entry in the franchise has won over fans and critics with its range of options and gorgeous visuals. While the game does a great job with its digital recreation of the world some locations are better than others. Microsoft and Asobo Studios are working to correct this with regular updates. However, there are also an array of third-party developers who are releasing premium packs with more accurate recreations of airports and cities. One such developer is Orbx who have just released an updated version of the biggest city in Australia.

From a land down under

The Microsoft Flight Simulator Cityscape Sydney pack is available right now for $14.37/£11.10/€12.18. This new pack offers 100 custom points of interest. What this actually means is that you now get to see famous landmarks such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Crown Tower. That’s not all though, there are also lots of improvements to the skyline of the city as well as a more accurate version of the coastline and a new lighting model added to the famous Sydney Opera House. While this does sound good it’s much better to see as a comparison. Fortunately, this is exactly what Orbx has done in a new video for the add-on pack. You can check out the trailer below.

It really is surprising that something like the Sydney Harbour Bridge wasn’t included in the standard version of the game. If you’re Australian or fan of Australia who is playing Microsoft Flight Simulator, this pack is certainly going to be of interest to you.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is available now on Steam, Windows 10, and Game Pass for PC, and Cityscape Sydney from Orbx is available now. You can pick it up here. And you can check out our review of Microsoft Flight Simulator here.

Steve Clist
Steve has been an avid gamer ever since his school friends got Goldeneye on the N64 and realised that he wanted to play as well. Nowadays you'll find him either racing cars in Forza, shooting things in an array of first-person shooters, or hunting for even more loot in Diablo III.

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