This Microsoft Flight Simulator mod features the cargo ship stuck in the Suez Canal

The giant cargo ship Ever Given was trapped in the Suez Canal for almost a week, capturing the Internet and disappointing the government and the team that dismantled the Internet due to the closure of its maritime trade routes.

The ship (and the trademark “Evergreen” letters painted on the side) has actually become so iconic that it has become a destination inside. Microsoft Flight Simulator, At least one virtual pilot who appears to have created a mod to place ground ships within the virtual earth of the game, pass GeekWire.

Twitter user Mat Velloso shared a video of TikTok that was originally captured and uploaded by the user “donut_enforcement”, showing the cargo ship’s flight in a convincing pilot narration when the boat was trapped between the canal embankments. This scene looks shockingly realistic. This is evidence of the mod’s quality and demanding visuals. Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Of course, you can’t stop developer Asobo from updating the game with the latest satellite imagery to include ships for all players. A lot of these pictures have been taken over the past 6 days. However, given that the game fetches images from Bing Maps and doesn’t always refresh in a timely manner, the game doesn’t include Ever Given unless you can modify it as in the video above.

Unfortunately for now, it is certainly possible, as there is no specific schedule to free the ship from angular trouble.

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