Orbx details 2021 product roadmap, includes Dubai City Pack, Prague and São Paulo Airports, and much more

Orbx has given us a nice sneak-peek into this year’s product roadmap, revealing a bunch of interesting locations that will be available for Flight Simulator (and other platforms) over the course of 2021.

Yesterday we already told you about Orbx’s first airplane for MSFS, the oddly looking Edgley Optica, and today it’s time to talk a bit about the other upcoming products in Orbx’s plans for this year.

For starters, the Landmarks City Packs series for MSFS will continue to be a focus, with a good variety of cities getting that treatment. This year we will see Orbx’s Landmarks coming to a nice list of new locations:

  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • Cape Town, South Africa
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Dubai, UAE
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Frankfurt, Germany
  • Honolulu, Oahu, USA
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • Mumbai, India
  • Panama Canal and Panama City
  • Yokohama, Japan

Additionally, the studio is working on bringing a new set of airport to MSFS, which include in-house creations and those from indie developers working with Orbx:

  • KCRW Chuck Yeager
  • KPBI Palm Beach
  • LDSP Split Airport
  • LKPR Prague
  • KAVX Catalina
  • KVNY Van Nuys
  • LIPH Treviso
  • SBSP São Paulo
  • ESSB Stockholm Bromma

On top of these, Orbx’s own HQ airport in Australia, Essendon Fields (YMEN) is also being fully developed for MSFS, apparently with the utmost level of quality and details.

An intriguing new addition for MSFS will be the so-called ‘Regional Packs‘, which will be dedicated to the Canary Islands, Northern England and Scotland. It’s not clear yet what exactly these regional packs will add to the sim, so we will have to wait for further details from Orbx regarding this particular product series.

In the end, Orbx shows its true commitment to this new platform, and it’s exciting to see what the team will continue to come up with for MSFS. As we get more information about each of these products, we will make sure to share that with you. In the meantime, enjoy some of the images that were shared!