This seemed to be mostly an update to improve scenery. As you can see in the official changelog below, there was a lot of work done to include new aerial images, street lighting and improvements on some airports and airfields.
But there are some new interesting features as well such as the addition of a moving map in VR, which is now part of a virtual tablet and improved VR controllers support, with the HP Reverb G2 getting a bit more love.
IPACS also indicated we will have a new helicopter in 2022! The company hasn't indicated which model we are getting, but they seem to be very excited about the new model and promise to say something as soon as possible.
If you don’t have Aerofly FS4 yet, you can get it on Steam. If you do have it, it’s time to update!
- Added high resolution aerial images for over 800 airports in Europe
- Added new street lights to all regions in the USA and Europe that features buildings
- Added more aerial images to the US region
- Added better aerial image compression algorithm to reduce storage size
- Added famous airport Courchevel LFLJ with sloping runway
- Added airports Annemasse LFLI, Annecy Meythet LFLP, Sisteron Theze LFNS, Bergen ENBR
- Added more buildings at airport Gibraltar LXGB
- Added moving map in VR mode now displayed on a virtual tablet
- Added Chinese language option (courtesy of FlySimAsia)
- Changed improved menu guide while using VR hand controllers with thumbsticks
- Changed support more buttons when using the HP Reverb G2 headset controllers
- Changed minor performance improvements on MacOS computers with retina displays
- Fixed misplaced static aircraft on various airports
- Fixed broken fullscreen mode on MacOS computers with notch
- Fixed missing custom buildings in various German cities
- Fixed misaligned center of mass in the MB339