What you need to know
- Microsoft Flight Simulator is currently being developed by Asobo Studio and Xbox Game Studios.
- A new video goes over the airports in the game.
- Microsoft Flight Simulator is currently set to launch sometime in 2020.
- The game will be included in Xbox Game Pass (opens in new tab) at launch.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is an upcoming well, fight simulator, from Xbox Game Studios. The Microsoft team is working with an external partner to make it a comprehensive experience on PC.
Recently, the developer posted a new video on YouTube discussing airports in great detail. The description says, "Watch as Sven Mestas, Lead Game Designer from Asobo Studio talks about Airports and Airport features for the new Microsoft Flight Simulator." It's quite informative and gives players great insight into the staggering level of detail this game offers. Apparently, the game features every airport on Earth, but we'll have to see one the game's out if that's true.
According to Windows Central's Samuel Tolbert, "First revealed at E3 2019... Flight Simulator aims to recapture the audience that loved the long-running series of flight simulation titles. After giving a small roadmap earlier this year, the team at working on the game has continued to give a series of updates and videos on different elements of the game's design."
Did you play Flight Simulator all those years ago? Are you excited for this version? Let us know. Hopefully, it'll come to Xbox Series X too, down the line.
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Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
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