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Wednesday, September 9, 2020

Put Godzilla in San Francisco With This Mod For ‘Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020’

The latest edition of Microsoft Flight Simulator is pretty in-depth for sim junkies. But honestly, it feels like it’s missing something: Kaiju. Luckily, that’s been rectified by modder Sergio Perea, who has gone ahead and added the King of The Monsters himself to the game.

Don’t get too excited, as Godzilla isn’t smashing up Tokyo. Rather, he’s chilling out in the waters of San Franciso. He does stick around rain or shine, so if you do fly around the area, you’ll be able to spot him.

Perea is considering having King Kong take up residence on the Empire State Building for his next mod, so keep an eye out for that one. In the meantime, head over to Nexus Mods to give San Fran residents something to stare at while crossing the Golden Gate Bridge.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/video-games/3630888/put-godzilla-san-francisco-mod-microsoft-flight-simulator-2020/

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