Last week, developers answered some of the main questions the microsoft flight simulation community was concerned about. With the official release of the game on PC on August 18, the coming player reports also enrich the list of known problems. On the same day, Microsoft Flight Simulation 2020 also joined the Xbox game pass for PC subscription family bucket. Now, the software giant has announced the game’s first public SDK.
in addition to the first public SDK, Microsoft has also announced a new series of partner updates, which mainly show the wonderful pictures that Bing Maps brings to the world tour series.
in order to solve some problems recently reported, the behind the scenes team is also trying to provide patch updates. More information about this issue will be available in the general update next week. In addition, on the support page, Microsoft also gives solutions to some known problems.
in a video, Microsoft also introduces the cooperative relationship between asobo studios and Bing map service, that is, how to utilize modern mapping technology and large-scale spatial data. Then Microsoft outlined some improvements to the new SDK:
“since the closed beta, we have brought improvements in a number of areas, such as taxiway signs, line drawing, and lighting and navigation data.”.
in addition, Microsoft Flight Simulation 2020 has solved many problems and bug fixes in developer mode, and now you can choose to build the whole project immediately instead of requiring developers to build package by package.
for complex models, webassembly is still under active development. The team is looking at some of the most needed features to help with porting existing C + + code, and is committed to mapping the capabilities of the simconnect API.
the final is a new series entitled “around the world”, the first episode of which was released earlier this week. In addition to Oceania, the series will also take players to enjoy the scenery of Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Central America, and the Caribbean Sea.
the next episode will focus on Asia and explore the eastern and western hemispheres, Oceania, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. If you have any questions, please contact @ MSFS_ Support channels submit reports. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today