Microsoft Flight Simulator: Flight In Action [VIDEO]

The new Microsoft Flight Simulator will probably require some hyper-expensive computer to run on the highest settings, and the funny thing is that it is not only coming to PC

„Microsoft Flight Simulator is the next generation of one of the most beloved simulation franchises. From light planes to wide-body jets, fly highly detailed and stunning aircraft in an incredibly realistic world. Create your flight plan and fly anywhere on the planet. Enjoy flying day or night and face realistic, challenging weather conditions.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is specifically designed to celebrate flight simulation fans through a focus on the authenticity of flying and visually stunning environments. By revamping our tech, working in close collaboration with the community and pursuing the best partnerships across the industry, we intend to deliver the best-in-class flight simulation experience,” Microsoft said in June at E3 when Microsoft Flight Simulator was announced.

Since then, they revealed at the X019 event what partnerships they managed to acquire. They are the following: Airbus, The Boeing Company, CubCrafters, Daher, Diamond Aircraft Industries, ICON Aircraft, Robin Aircraft, Textron Aviation. There are some names in the list that even those might recognize who are not into flight simulators whatsoever.

The Redmond-based company plans to launch Microsoft Flight Simulator first on Windows 10 in 2020. Then, they want to release the Xbox One port at a later date. We have our doubts: we wouldn’t be surprised if they silently kill the Xbox One port off for not providing the performance they expect from the game on that console, and instead, they’d announce an Xbox Project Scarlett version. However, they might prove us wrong – if that is the case, we will gladly have some of that humble pie.

We’re also eager to see the PC version’s system requirements…

Source: Gematsu, Gematsu

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