Microsoft has just announced that we will finally get the new one Microsoft Flight Simulator this August – that is, not only will we go back to heaven very soon, but we will actually play a game in mid-August after everything has been delayed.
It’s been six years since the series was last released – fourteen if you don’t count the Steam release of Flight simulator X.. In case you missed any of the information before it was released, the flight simulation is the most detailed we have ever seen. Every major airport in the world has been lovingly rebuilt. It̵
There is some confusion regarding the game’s special editions. In Microsoft’s own words, they included every airport on earth in the game, and yet the table of the individual editions of the game seems to imply that ten whole airports will somehow be exclusive to the combined deluxe and premium editions. Eurogamer, apparently caught in the same confusion, asked Microsoft about it and got the rather confusing answer that although every airport will be in the game, the premium editions will somehow be more detailed. I have no idea what that means either, but I’ll probably get the basic edition, so I’ll leave it up to others to find out.
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Even if Microsoft Flight Sim doesn’t sound like your thing if you’re something like me and game a amountThen you might want to keep it on the “Maybe” list, if only because it’s the only game that comes out in the release bracket in mid-August.
once Spirit of Tsushima comes out later this week, current new games are pretty scanty. There is really not much on the horizon in between Fast and furious crossing Early August and Wasteland 3that comes out in late August. Originally was the game that could have dominated mid-month New world, an MMO and one of Amazon’s ambitious attempts to break into the industry. But New worldIt’s been delayed, and not without reason – I doubt most people have heard of it, and it’s only a few weeks from its original release date.
Microsoft Flight Simulator starts on August 18 on the PC and can be pre-ordered from today. The Xbox One release date has yet to be announced.
Phew, hey you!
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