Following the serious bugs found in the recently released Sim V update, Asobo Studios has quickly released a second hotfix for Microsoft Flight Simulator. This second patch (version 220.127.116.11) addresses issues such as low levels of detail on the ground at high altitudes, the visual quality of clouds, the sim’s volumetric lighting system, and incorrect data in the weather system.
These aren’t the only issues Asobo is working on. The team is still fixing other major bugs, including desktop crash errors and LOD pops and stutters that occur when the camera is rotated. Fixes for these specific issues will be included with the release of World Update 6 on August 24.
Microsoft Flight Simulator insect patrol
Asobo has been in trouble for the past few days because of these Microsoft Flight Simulator insects The studio finally acknowledged the issues earlier this week and announced that the fix would arrive on August 6 or August 9 at the latest. Clearly, the team was able to speed up the job and get it out sooner rather than later.
The whole debacle originated when some community members accused the developers of intentionally downgrading the quality of the PC version of Microsoft Flight Simulator so that the Xbox edition looks better. But unsurprisingly, it turns out that these issues were just bugs that weren’t addressed prior to the release of Sim Update V.
Despite the fact that Sim Update V generated this bit of controversy, it managed to deliver on its promise of providing a much smoother gaming experience for platforms of all kinds. Many users have reported much better frame rates and less stuttering. Microsoft Flight Simulator You can now be in your best shape since the original launch of the sim last year.
However, Asobo’s fast answer With a review of the bugs that appeared after Sim Update V, it at least shows that the studio is committed to its promise to keep the Microsoft Flight Simulator committed and served user base.