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Microsoft Flight Simulator patch brings improvements to ATC, Planes and other things

Patch has gone live, and Microsoft and Asobo Studio have brought us a lot of fixes and improvements to make our experience in Flight Simulator even more realistic. A lot of these were directed to the ATC (air traffic control), which should now list the entire names of approaches and other improvements.

The Boeing 787 – Dreamliner’s “overpowered” engine has been nerfed, while the Fly-by-wire bank oscillation for the Airbus A320neo has finally been fixed. Another notable improvement is for the lightning, which should no longer be triggered during clear skies, making your experience a bit more realistic.

Here are the patch notes for update

  • Navblue data has been updated
  • Navigation data date is now dynamically set in the avionics
  • ATC window should now list the entire name of approaches
  • ATC should respond to requests for changing an approach into an airport
  • User should now have the option to request an IFR clearance in the air even if they have a flight plan entered / loaded in their GPS
  • ATC should now respond to requests for changing runways while near / on approach to an airport
  • The Fly-by-wire bank oscillation has been fixed for the Airbus A320neo
  • The overpowered engine of the Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner has been reduced
  • Fixed broken plane instruments when switching to Metrics via the options menu
  • Fixed cockpit interactions that were either getting mixed up or not working on 3rd party airplanes
  • All liveries should now be accessible in game and properly loaded
  • Lightning should no longer be triggered in clear skies
  • The sensitivity curve methodology has been adapted for the different inputs
  • New temporal anti-aliasing (TAA), along with new sharpen filter using AMD FidelityFX CAS” falls into
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