Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox Series X / S gets July release date •

Top Gun crossover is also in the middle.

Developer Asobo’s stunning Microsoft Flight Simulator is finally coming to the console on July 27th in the Xbox Series X / S.

Microsoft Flight Simulator received a lot of praise when it was released on PC at the end of last year. This is largely due to the extraordinary expression of the whole world. Asobo has continued to build regular free sim updates and visual overhauls. Japan, USA, France, Benelux, UK, Ireland, etc.

“From light planes to wide-body jets,” describes Microsoft’s Flight Sim. “Test your pilot skills for real-time weather challenges such as accurate global cloud cover and layer, wind speed and direction, temperature, etc. Humidity, rain, lightning-in a world where everything is dynamic and alive. With the power of satellite data and cloud-based AI, we travel the entire globe in amazing detail with over 37,000 airports, 2 million cities and 1.5 billion buildings, real mountains, roads, trees and rivers. , Animals, traffic, etc. “

Microsoft Flight Simulator-Xbox Series X | S Gameplay Trailer /

When Microsoft Flight Simulator heads for the Xbox Series X / S and Game Pass for consoles on July 27, there’s everything available for console players.

But that’s not the end of Flight Simulator news. Microsoft also announced the Top Gun Crossover for the Xbox Series X / S and PC on November 19th this year. Paramount Pictures’ Upcoming Top Gun: In conjunction with the Maverick movie, the expansion promises players a first-hand experience of “what it’s like to be a US Navy Top Gun.”

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