Flight Simulator Hits Xbox Series Consoles In July, Top Gun: Maverick Expansion Coming In The Fall


Coming out of the Xbox E3 showcase featured a take a look at the console variations of Microsoft Flight Simulator in addition to an enormous new cross-over with the upcoming movie Top Gun: Maverick.

Having launched on PC final August, it may be simple to neglect Flight Simulator hasn’t made its option to Xbox Series X and S but, however the wait can be over on July 27, 2021. A brand new trailer was captured utilizing a Series X {hardware} in 4K decision in line with Microsoft. Planes of all types are proven flying over oceans, plains, forests, and underneath bridges. The footage runs easily and offers an concept of what gamers can anticipate from the conversion from PC to console.

Just after saying the Xbox launch date, we see a shot of the ocean and an plane provider floating stoically within the water. Triumphant music begins to swell as a fighter jet launches from the ship’s runway, emblazoned beneath the cockpit window is “CAPT PETE MITCHELL ‘MAVERICK.’” Top Gun is formally coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator later this 12 months with a collaboration with Paramount Studios selling the sequel to the favored Tom Cruise film. The growth is ready to hit someday within the fall of 2021.

Microsoft has been including loads of content material to Flight Simulator since launch. Most notably, VR support was added for PC in addition to a visual expansion to the United States area. After not having a full new entry within the collection since 2006, It was fairly the hit at launch. In the primary month alone the sport had garnered over 1 million gamers who had flown greater than 1.2 billion in-game miles.

Like all current merchandise popping out of assorted Microsoft Game Studios, Flight Simulator can be hitting Xbox Game Pass the day it releases. Once once more, that launch date is July 27, and can be coming to each Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.

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