Enthusiasts of the Microsoft flight simulator saga will no longer have to wait much longer to enjoy the realistic and dynamic experiences that will be waiting for them in the new version of Microsoft Flight Simulator, developed in collaboration with Asobo Studio, which will be officially released on next August 18th, as the company has just officially published in a statement.
Microsoft points out that it has the right tools, technology, partners and hardware to offer, as described, the most realistic and authentic flight simulator to date, in reference to that users can enjoy the highly detailed landscapes of a rather wide expanse of the planet, of aircraft models with very precisely and realistically reproduced cockpits, and even also will have real-time weather, live traffic, the new day and night engine, and much more, all to offer the most realistic feel possible.
Yes, the new version will be available in three different editions, whose difference will be found in the new airplanes and airports that will be available from the first day.
In this sense, the Standard edition, which will cost 70 euros, and include 20 highly detailed aircraft with unique flight models, and 30 regional and international airports.
The Edition Deluxe Edition, which will cost about 90 euros, and include everything that comes in the standard edition along with five additional high-precision aircraft and five additional international airports.
And finally there is also the Premium Deluxe Edition, which for around 120 euros will include everything from the standard edition along with ten additional high-precision aircraft and ten additional international airports.
According to Microsoft, the standard version will be included from the first day in the subscription Xbox Game Pass (Beta) for PC. Those interested already have the possibility to reserve their edition from Windows 10.
In the announcement, Microsoft points out the aircraft models and airports that will be available from day one, and even to whet your appetite, they have also published the following video as a preview to show the realistic potential of this new version:
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