Monday, September 06, 2021
Developer Asobo Studio has revealed that the Top Gun: Maverick expansion for Microsoft Flight Simulator has been delayed into 2022.
The Top Gun: Maverick expansion for the Microsoft Flight Simulator was announced at E3 2021, alongside the console release date for the game, and was due to launch later in 2021 to tie in with the release of the long-awaited Tom Cruise sequel to the 1986 film Top Gun.
So why has the expansion been delayed? For one very simple reason - the film has also been delayed. Top Gun: Maverick was due to release in cinemas on 23rd December 2021, but has now been pushed back to May 2022, as COVID cases begin to rise once again in the United States.
Asobo Studio has promised to share more information in the future.
News on our upcoming Top Gun: Maverick expansion:https://t.co/vr2aYDIJQe— Microsoft Flight Simulator (@MSFSofficial) September 3, 2021
News on our upcoming Top Gun: Maverick expansion:https://t.co/vr2aYDIJQe