Microsoft flight simulator is a top seller on steam
Microsoft Flight Simulator will launch on August 18, Xbox Game Studio and Asobo Studio announced today. The latest version of the legendary 38-year-old flight sim franchise will land on Windows 10 and day one via Xbox Game Pass for PC. For those who want to deposit their cash earlier, the reserves are already in operation.
According to the press release, Microsoft Flight Simulator has:
"Vivid and detailed landscapes - Immerse yourself in a vast and beautiful world with more than 1.5 billion buildings, 2 billion trees, mountains, roads, rivers, etc.
-a living world: the earth is dynamic and constantly changing, just like the world in Microsoft Flight Simulator, which includes real-time traffic, real-time weather, and animals.
-Highly detailed aircraft-Hone your pilot skills on a variety of aircraft, from light aircraft to commercial jets with complete flight models. Each aircraft includes a highly detailed and precise cockpit with realistic instrumentation.
-New checklist system: From professionals to beginners, with highlighted interactive instrument guides and checklists, expand your level from fully manual to fully supported.
-Dynamic Weather: The new weather engine allows users to activate the real-time weather mode to experience the weather in real time, including wind speed and direction, temperature, humidity, rainfall, etc.
-New day and night engine: Experience flying during the day or at any time of the year, enabling night VFR, visual flight rules and navigation.
Aerodynamic Modeling-the most advanced physics engine, each aircraft has more than 1,000 control surfaces, enabling a truly lifelike experience. "The
Microsoft Flight Simulator will be available in three versions. The standard version is priced at $59.99, equipped with 20 highly detailed aircraft, with unique flight models and 30 hand-crafted airports. The deluxe version expands the product range and adds 5 aircraft And 5 airports, the cost is 89.99 US dollars. Finally, in addition to the discovered aircraft and airports, the Premium Deluxe version has 10 aircraft and airports. In the other two versions, there are a total of 30 aircraft and 40 airports. The price is $119.99.
also has an upgrade path for standard version owners via Flight Simulator Deluxe Upgrade and Flight Simulator Deluxe Upgrade. Each aircraft has the same selection of high-precision aircraft, a unique flight model, and a handcrafted international airport; see the full version of each for more details. GamePass subscribers who want to experience additional content can also use these updates. There is no news on the prices of the two updates.
Interestingly, the ad did not mention the Steam listing, which goes against Microsoft's goal of providing gamers "where to buy Xbox Game Studios games with more options." In May, Xbox boss Phil Spencer explained:
"We know that millions of PC gamers believe that Steam is a major source of purchase for PC games, and we've also heard feedback from PC gamers who want to choose. We also know that there are other stores on PC, and we are working hard to provide more choices in which stores can find our Xbox Game Studios games in the future. "
Finally, the physical version on the retail CD will be released through European retailer Aerosoft. However, the details surrounding this issue are not yet known.