Aerosoft’s Offshore Landmarks: North Sea review

Exploring the North Sea in Microsoft Flight Simulator

The North Sea means a couple of things to me. It's a punchline to a Billy Connolly joke I heard many years ago and a thing I would often fly over on flights to Amsterdam. That's about it. In flight sim terms, the North Sea is simply a body of water to pass over. It exists in the same genre of scenery for me as the wide-open plains of middle America or the snow-covered land of Siberia. It's an empty space that deserves little if any of my sim time, until now.

Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) continues to grow, with developers finding new and fascinating uses for the sim. So, with the release of its Offshore Landmarks: North Sea pack, Aerosoft has found a very interesting way to bring something new and different to MSFS - it has filled the North Sea with things to see and do. So, I’m intrigued: can Aerosoft find enough things for me to do in the North Sea?

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