Our screenshot challenge is now available to enter via INSTAGRAM and Twitter with #MSFSchallenge!
It’s time for another screenshot challenge! The idea is to collectively explore different parts of the world together - areas that may be very familiar to you or perhaps a new place you have never flown before. Feel free to find others to fly with to capture the challenge, or go solo!
Last week’s winner from Gear Up!: @Filippo20032222
This Week’s Challenge
Game of the Year: Capture a screenshot of any new features, including planes, cities, missions, etc. from the new Game of the Year edition!
If you have screenshot challenge ideas for the future, please DM me!
- Any time of day
- Any type of weather
- Code of Conduct appropriate liveries
- Default aircraft or aircraft from the MSFS Marketplace
- Up to 10 entries (screenshots) allowed
The rest is fair game! Use your creativity! We will pick the top 11 shots. 1 will be featured as the main photo of the next dev update and the other 10 will be featured in the community section.
You may also add a watermark or username to your image if you wish.
How To Submit Your Screenshot
Just post them below here in this thread, or tweet/insta your photo with the #MSFSchallenge hashtag!
Note: This thread is for screenshot submissions only. Unless you have a particular question about the challenge, please do not engage in casual conversation here. Thank you!
I’m a huge proponent for assessible alternative energies and technologies, and how development of these has allowed new transportation modes and ideas to emerge - and there’s so may of them in development! These will bring new use cases and will permanently change how we interact with the world we have built.
Thanks Asobo for working with one of them!
Intra-city transport - delivering execs to the airport, directly from their office area or home. On demand transport or delivery systems, where essentially YOU are the package, these systems are quickly evolving to be self piloted.
After a spectacular flight into Courchevel, the skiers are picked up and whisked away to a nearby peak. Noise restrictions and avalanche threats prohibited helicopter use, but these now are much quieter and come within the restrictions (for example).
After crossing a valley which would take an hour to drive across to, the skiers are delivered to their slope, whilst another UAV delivers their luggage directly to their hotel.
Scenic flights could get much lower due to a lower noise footprint and more redundant systems.
First two screen shots after yestardays update
Steep approach into Courchevel
The Porter is a real bush plane, that is also good at hot and high, or steep slopes! Perfect for the alps, Papua and Papua New Guinea.
This flight was across the alps, past the south side of the Matterhorn, using some weather I made with the new density sliders. Pretty!
First, takeoff down the short sloped runway, almost launching from it into the air
Thread our way between the peaks, as without oxygen on board, our altitude is limited to 10,000’
A few minutes later arriving at chamois AO02, Valle d’Aosta. They informed us that we quickly needed to head up the valley for an urgent pickup - a skiier was in serious trouble and needed medical aid.
So we headed up the valley, the picturesque Matterhorn showing off its might, whilst the services advised our makeshift landing strip. I just wish I’d taken our other PC6 today, with the skis fitted.
Soon we touched down on our makeshift strip, passing low over a hotel before touchdown. Skiers aboard and it’s off down the valley for medical aid.
This is what the Porter is for!
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