Many of us, amateurs and aviation professionals alike, are waiting for Microsoft's newest flight simulation product, whose release date of August 18, 2020 has just been announced. Published by Microsoft Studios and developed by the French company Asobo Studios, this new Microsoft Flight Simulator uses the latest imaging and mapping technologies from Google Earth, with 4K HDR quality.
Explore the world. Travel around a richly detailed world, with over 2 million cities, 1.5 billion buildings, as well as real mountains, trees, rivers, animals, roads with real-time traffic and more. From light aircraft to wide-bodied aircraft, fly highly detailed and accurate aircraft in this next generation Microsoft Flight Simulator. Test your flying skills in demanding conditions such as night flying, real-time atmospheric simulation and real weather, all in a lively and dynamic world. Create your flight plan to any destination around the globe. The whole world is at your fingertips.
Microsoft Flight Simulator comes in 3 versions: Standard, Deluxe and Deluxe Premium. The standard version has 20 aircraft such as the DR400, the Cessna 152, the Beechcraft G36, the A320neo or the B747-8 . The Deluxe and Deluxe Premium versions offer between 5 to 10 additional aircraft like the SR22 or the B787-1 Dreamliner, but also an addition of 5 to 10 "handmade" international airports, adding more immersion and realism. You can pre-order Microsoft Flight Simulator today, here.
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