Are you a fan of aviation? Fly in an incredibly realistic world, using a light or wide-body plane and create a flight plan that takes you anywhere in the world enjoying a day or night landscape, with the most realistic and challenging weather conditions in the clouds, thanks to Microsoft.
The new Microsoft Flight Simulator, will be available this 2020 with resolutions up to 4K and support for HDR on Xbox One and computers that have a Windows 10. Sven Mestas, the design leader of the French video game studio explained that, the development team has used the data from Bing Maps to collect and include all the world’s airports in the Flight Simulator, being more than 37,000, where you can find your favorite plane with unmatched details.
The developers of the simulator used real antennas and satellite photos to edit the airports manually and distribute them to the different continents of the world such as the JFK International Airport (New York, United States), the Courchevel Altipuerto (France), in the mountains or the Queenstown airport (New Zealand).
In Microsoft Flight Simulator you will also be able to appreciate human activity at airports to add realism, and during the takeoff of the plane you will be able to see land vehicles, passenger ramps or airport workers.
As if that were not enough, among the multiple options that Microsoft Flight Simulator offers is the possibility of being used without an internet connection: “When you start the game for the first time you will have to be connected to the internet to use your plane. Once the loading time has been completed, your map will be cached; if your connection goes away you will be able to continue playing without any problem ”, indicate the developers of the system. In other words, it will not require a permanent connection to the network, but it does require an initial connection to enjoy the video game.
Are you willing to travel the world in a Microsoft Flight Simulator airplane?