Microsoft Flight Simulator To Feature Cross-Platform Support for Xbox One and PC

Microsoft Flight Simulator To Feature Cross-Platform Support for Xbox One and PC

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Richard Walker

Microsoft has announced plans for Microsoft Flight Simulator, which as well as featuring some remarkably realistic visuals, will also include optimisation for cross-platform support on Xbox One and Windows PC, as well as the ability for community content creation and third-party content development.

Accessibility is also being touted as a major factor for the upcoming flight sim, Microsoft ensuring that the game can obviously be played by anyone, even if you don't have a licence to fly planes for real. "No pilot should be left behind," Microsoft writes in a post on the game, noting that you'll also be able to use mouse and keyboard, yoke and pedals, or a standard controller to play.

Microsoft Flight Simulator will be taking off on Xbox One and Windows PC, with more info on the game due to roll out this summer. Check out the E3 2019 announcement trailer for Microsoft Flight Simulator below. Looks nice, doesn't it?

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  • Just hoping they don't sacrifice anything by releasing for Xbox one, flight simulator was always a pc game and better for it
  • #1: Here we have some very mature comments again. Totally agree with #2. But I guess that for any ultra HD packs and super detailed scenery, you'll once more have to resort to third party add-ons.
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