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Today, Microsoft released their new and long awaited Flight Simulator 2020 for Windows 10, marking the first new release for the famous franchise since 2006.

As previously reported, Flight Simulator 2020 boasts highly detailed and stunning aircraft ranging from light planes to wide-body jets which operate in “an incredibly realistic world.” Flight plans and flying is reportedly available anywhere on the planet with a focus on “the authenticity of flying and visually stunning environments.” The offering is available in three versions:

The Microsoft Flight Simulator Standard Edition includes 20 highly detailed planes with unique flight models and 30 hand-crafted airports… The Deluxe Edition includes everything from Microsoft Flight Simulator’s standard edition plus 5 additional highly accurate planes with unique flight models and 5 additional handcrafted international airports. The Premium Deluxe Edition includes everything from Microsoft Flight Simulator Standard Edition plus 10 additional highly accurate planes with unique flight models and 10 additional handcrafted international airports.

Click below to check out the product pages, a list of system requirements, the launch trailer and a list of aircraft and airports included in each version.

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Microsoft’s highly anticipated new Flight Simulator will be released on August 18, 2020. A new launch trailer has also been released (which can be seen below) as well as a number of additional details.

The simulator will reportedly be available for Windows 10 and Xbox Game Pass for PC and will come in three versions: Standard Edition, Deluxe Edition and Premium Deluxe Edition:

The Microsoft Flight Simulator Standard Edition ($59.99 USD) includes 20 highly detailed planes with unique flight models and 30 hand-crafted airports. The Standard Edition will be available on day one with Xbox Game Pass for PC (Beta). The Deluxe Edition ($89.99 USD) includes everything from Microsoft Flight Simulator’s standard edition plus 5 additional highly accurate planes with unique flight models and 5 additional handcrafted international airports. The Premium Deluxe Edition ($119.99 USD) includes everything from Microsoft Flight Simulator Standard Edition plus 10 additional highly accurate planes with unique flight models and 10 additional handcrafted international airports.

The simulator will also available as a retail disc version at European stores via Aerosoft. As previously reported, the new installment of Flight Simulator is described as offering highly detailed and stunning aircraft ranging from light planes to wide-body jets which operate in “an incredibly realistic world.” Flight plans and flying will reportedly be available anywhere on the planet with a focus on “the authenticity of flying and visually stunning environments.”

Click below to check out the new launch trailer, tables detailing aircraft and airports available for all three versions as well as the product page.

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Microsoft has released a new “Let it Snow” trailer for its new incarnation of Flight Simulator to be released this year.

The video captures stunning aerial views of winter precipitation in the new simulator, indicating that such seasonal atmospheres will be available as part of the experience.

As previously reported, the new installment of Flight Simulator is described as offering highly detailed and stunning aircraft ranging from light planes to wide-body jets which operate in “an incredibly realistic world.” Flight plans and flying will reportedly be available anywhere on the planet with a focus on “the authenticity of flying and visually stunning environments.”

The release will reportedly be available for “Windows 10 with Xbox Game Pass in 2020, and coming to Xbox One at a later date.” Click below to check out the new trailer.

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A new gameplay trailer has been released for Microsoft’s upcoming Flight Simulator featuring aircraft such as the 747-8, Airbus A320 neo and Icon A5.

As previously reported, the new incarnation of Flight Simulator is described as offering highly detailed and stunning aircraft ranging from light planes to wide-body jets which operate in “an incredibly realistic world.” Flight plans and flying will reportedly be available anywhere on the planet with a focus on “the authenticity of flying and visually stunning environments.”

The developer has reportedly gone “far beyond what was done for previous titles” by forging a breadth of partnerships with manufacturers such as Airbus, Boeing, CubCrafters, Daher, Diamond Aircraft Industries, ICON Aircraft, Robin Aircraft and Textron Aviation to make the new Microsoft Flight Simulator “the most realistic flight simulation yet.”

The release will reportedly be available for “Windows 10 with Xbox Game Pass in 2020, and coming to Xbox One at a later date.” Click below to check out the new trailer.

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In an exciting development, Microsoft has announced the revival of their Flight Simulator with a new trailer that gives us a glimpse of “the next generation of one of the most beloved simulation franchises.”

Beyond what the video offers, details are currently scarce. However, the new incarnation is described as offering highly detailed and stunning aircraft ranging from light planes to wide-body jets which operate in “an incredibly realistic world.” Flight plans and flying will reportedly be available anywhere on the planet with a focus on “the authenticity of flying and visually stunning environments.”

By revamping our tech, working in close collaboration with the community and pursuing the best partnerships across the industry, we intend to deliver the best-in-class flight simulation experience.

The release will reportedly be available for “Windows 10 with Xbox Game Pass in 2020, and coming to Xbox One at a later date.” Click below to check out the new trailer.

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