In one of many extra stunning and welcome moments of Xbox’s E3 2019 presentation, Microsoft confirmed that they’re engaged on a brand new Microsoft Flight Simulator sport.
Simply titled Microsoft Flight Simulator, we would name this a reboot of the franchise, however it’s not like there have been any advanced plot threads tying the collection to its roots. Mechanically, it seems like it’s going to decide up roughly the place the final new sport on this collection (2006’s Microsoft Flight Simulator X) left off. Of course, we’re actually simply making an assumption there as nothing has been confirmed but as far as the title’s gameplay goes.
What we are able to let you know based mostly on the sport’s first trailer is that Microsoft Flight Simulator goes to be a stunningly stunning sport. While Flight Simulator titles have all the time been recognized for his or her superior expertise (which is partially enabled by the character of the collection’ gameplay), the brand new Microsoft Flight Simulator will convey the collection to 4K.
The outcomes of this transition look unimaginable. The first preview for the sport showcases intricately modeled planes in addition to virtually photo-realistic landscapes. There are some significantly stunning pictures of what seems to be New York City and a flight over some crystal blue water. The most spectacular visible function we have seen to date, although, is nearly actually the sport’s lighting results. Night flights on this sport are going to be incredible.
Actually, plainly we are able to thank Microsoft’s Azure AI expertise and satellite tv for pc photographs for the sport’s sensible visuals. It additionally seems like there’s going to be a dynamic climate system on this title, so be ready to see a kind of stunning sunny days flip right into a nightmare flying situation.
Here’s every thing we find out about Microsoft Flight Simulator.:
Microsoft Flight Simulator Trailer
The newest trailer showcases a few of the airplanes you can fly within the new sport:
This intensive 30-minute Microsoft Flight Simulator video options new gameplay and a few Q&A with the sport’s builders. Take a glance:
And this is the debut trailer for Microsoft Flight Simulator:
Microsoft Flight Simulator Release Date
Despite being a historically PC-only collection, Microsoft Flight Simulator might be launched for Xbox and PC. There’s no phrase on its launch date (it is anticipated to be 2020), however it will likely be obtainable on Xbox Game Pass when it launches.
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