There's the continued slow rollout of the rework of the flight model that was started for Civil 3D back in 2009 (and has been delayed several times). I'm doubtful it will ever make it to FSX, but that is his own choice. There has been discussion for a long time of the possibility of FSX automatically detecting that you have an exFAT drive on the fly, and giving you the option to tweak settings like that accordingly, but as far as I know, this never actually happened.
There's a lot of floating objects in P3D, but it's all purely cosmetic. If you have to try to use the game as a realistic simulation, you will quickly be bored. If you want to show off your ability to automate everything in the world, you will quickly go pterrygrypfy. If you want to give an enemy a chance to kill you in the event that they take out your engines, you will quickly go pterrygrypfy. And so on.
Carenado has given us today a little sneak peak to a new upcoming aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator. After releasing the Cessna CT182T and the M20R Ovation, today we got the first images of a Piper PA-44 Seminole, a twin-engine light aircraft that is primarily used for multi-engine flight training. This seems to be the third aircraft from Carenado for MSFS. 7211a4ac4a