Recently, the material related to the Microsoft Flight Simulator of Alpha Technical has been exposed on the web, sharing a lot of important content with those looking forward to the game. Jose Carlos, a host, posted two videos on YouTube showing how Microsoft’s flight simulator is playing.
The first video, called “fs2020,” is 32 minutes long and focuses on take-off, landing and cabin driving experiences. While this may not sound like the most engaging video, it’s impressive how much microsoft has invested in the game.
The second video, which is 24 minutes long, features dynamic weather patterns that Microsoft has previously promised to provide us with. In addition to the many things to watch from the aircraft’s control panel, flying over the storm can see very realistic and interesting scenes, such as rain directed into the windows and so on.
Microsoft Flight Simulator will be released this year on Windows 10 PC and Xbox One consoles. It is also available on Xbox Game Pass. Note: The release of game footage from Microsoft Flight Simulator’s technology Alpha is a violation of a confidentiality agreement that testers must sign.