• Monty Winget

Microsoft Flight Simulator -


Microsoft's Flight Simulator is all about simulating the behaviour of real planes in the real world. But unlike those early games, Microsoft and developer Asobo Studio have access to cutting-edge technology to add an unbelievable level of detail and visual effects. This includes bringing in machine learning and satellite imagery to effectively re-create the entirety of the Earth. Asobo Studio and Microsoft have added 37,000 airports, 1.5 billion buildings, and 2 trillion trees.

On top of this, the development team crafted more than 30 airports and 20 planes completely from scratch. And you can add to those totals by springing for the $90 Deluxe version or the $120 Premium Deluxe bundle. But even with mostly procedural generation, the base game looks and feels like a next-gen game.

The game is based on data from two petabytes of satellite and high altitude photography from Bing Maps which is available to stream to your computer and the effect is absolutely mind-blowing you can go almost literally anywhere and not only that you can fly in real-world weather conditions too with live air traffic as unbelievably realistic as the flight simulation.

Here are some images of it Detailed Graphics:


The new Microsoft Flight Simulator is available now for $60 on Steam or the Microsoft Store. You can also get as part of the Xbox Game Pass for PC subscription service, which is only $5 per month.


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