Microsoft Flight Simulator will join Xbox Series S/X in the summer of 2021. The development was shared at The Game Awards and by Microsoft through official posts on its website. Microsoft Flight Simulator won the best simulator/strategy game award at the ceremony. The official post of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann (Jorg Neumann) pointed out that console players can expect the same depth as PC players. Although there is no exact release date, Microsoft did mention that the game will be released on Xbox Game Pass on the day of release.
The game will be released on Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X next summer. Microsoft said it will have the same depth as the PC version. The Xbox Series S/X player can also expect the same DLC bundle and other improvements as on the PC. Microsoft is also working with third-party partners to introduce peripheral devices to the next-generation console to improve the simulation experience.
When you fly multiple aircraft from one location to another, Microsoft Flight Simulator uses satellite data and cloud-based AI to map the entire planet in great detail. There are 2 million cities, more than 37,000 airports, 1.5 billion buildings, real roads and mountains, etc. In the recently concluded game award, it won the best simulator/strategy game of 2020.
For the release day of the Xbox Series S/X player, Microsoft Flight Simulator will be provided via Xbox Game Pass. The game was launched on PC in August and requires powerful configuration to get the best experience. What’s interesting is the price of a game on the Xbox Series S/X that can be taxed on high-end gaming PCs.
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