During its E3 2019 conference, Microsoft announced the return of Flight Simulator, a historical simulation series of the Redmond colossus dating back to 1982, when the US company purchased the rights to the IBM system version of the SubLOGIC flight simulator.
Microsoft Flight Simulator, powered by Satellite Data and the Azure AI, is the return on next-gen of one of the most popular simulation franchises ever. From light aircraft to heavy jets, you can explore the skies of a realistic and extremely detailed world. Players will be able to create their own aircraft and fly in every corner of the game world, both during the day and at night, tackling the weather hazards.
The new chapter of the series has been announced with a trailer in 4K that you can see on top of the news (at the bottom you can also enjoy the first gallery of images). Microsoft Flight Simulator will arrive in 2020 on Windows 10 and Xbox One PCs and will be included at the launch in the Xbox Game Pass catalog.