After months of alpha testing, Microsoft Flight Simulator was finalised to land on the PC platform on August 18 this year. Xbox Game Pass for PC subscribers can play standard games on release day, offering 30 different aircraft and 40 airports. Recently, Microsoft announced the game’s full aircraft type and airport lineup.
According to reports, 2020 new “Microsoft Flight Simulation” has included 30 aircraft, 40 airports, aircraft from Boeing, Airbus, Desiron, Cessna, Diamonds, Sire, Dahir-Sokada, Coolman (Cubs), German Flight Design, Slovenian bats, Czech Zlin and other manufacturers of classic aircraft, and even the stunt aircraft Pitts Special S2S, land and landing light aircraft. The A5 and the Extra 330LE, an electric light aircraft powered by Siemens Motors, are good news for VW flight enthusiasts.
“For the past 38 years, we have been excited and humbled by the support and dedication of the flight simulator community,” said Jorg Neumann, head of Flight Simulator, Microsoft. Since the launch of the first Microsoft Flight Simulator in 1982, we know that it’s time to develop the next version of Microsoft Flight Simulator. “
Microsoft will launch three different versions of The Microsoft Flight Simulator, which will cost $59.99 in the standard version and include 20 aircraft and 30 airports. The Deluxe edition costs $89.99 and includes five additional planes and five airports. The Premium Deluxe edition includes 10 additional aircraft and 10 additional airports for $119.99.
Airports such as San Francisco or London Heathrow are available only in premium editions, while Chicago’s O’Hare and Amsterdam’s Schiphol airports are available in the Deluxe edition. Microsoft Flight Simulator will also launch a free PC version as part of the Xbox Game Pass.