Microsoft Flight Simulator is a flight simulation game developed by Asobo Studio and published by Microsoft.
It is the eleventh mainline instalment in the Flight Simulator series.
Microsoft Flight Simulator's newest World Update adds new cities, airports, discovery flights, landing challenges, and much more.
A new trailer for Microsoft Flight Simulator at Gamescom showcases a bunch of new locations and some lesser-known aircrafts.
Microsoft Flight Simulator becomes the highest rated game on Xbox Series X/S of this year, with a shining Metacritic score of 91.
A new hotfix for Microsoft Flight Simulator improves a number of issues - both minor and major - pertaining to performance, stability, and others.
A new update for Microsoft Flight Simulator on PC is now live as promised earlier, and improves performance by reducing CPU usage.
The widely acclaimed simulator has launched for the new Xbox consoles following its PC release last year, and Microsoft has released a launch trailer to celebrate its release.
Microsoft announces 3 flight controllers and a keyboard mouse combo as officially supported accessories for Flight Simulator on consoles.
After letting us take to the skies in a variety of planes, it's planned that we'll now be able to do the same with a different type of aerial vehicle next year.
Unsurprisingly, the technical marvel that is Flight Simulator is going to require a heck of a lot of storage space on Xbox Series X/S.
The Microsoft Game Stack team notes that the capabilities and versatility of Azure allow Flight Sim to run on less powerful machines without any compromises.
CEO of Asobo Studio shares Microsoft Flight Simulator running on his own PC with the upcoming update, showcasing a noticeable performance boost.
Xbox One players will be able to play next-gen only titles such as Microsoft Flight Simulator and Starfield with the use of Xbox Cloud Gaming.
A free expansion based on the upcoming Top Gun: Maverick movie was also announced and will release in Fall 2021.
A release date for the critically accalimed flight sim on consoles could be revealed at the upcoming Xbox E3 2021 showcase.
Could the widely acclaimed game be launching for Microsoft's last-gen console as well?
Adds over 70 new points of interest in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Scotland.
Head of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann assures console players of PC levels of quality.
Next World Update is planned for March, and will feature France and Benelux.
The United Kingdom and Ireland will arrive one week later than planned.
"Let's get the Xbox Series X and S versions done, and then we'll look ahead after that," says head of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann.
The developers also pledge to make the game the most accurate sim out there.
Various VR headsets supported, including HTC, Valve, and Oculus.
That's a lot of people going very high.
Footage of the Xbox Series X version has been revealed.
It will support "every family of headset" as per executive producer Martial Bossard.
The US update is live now.
The Xbox head such games would not exist in a traditional retail model.
Might Microsoft have toyed with the idea of VR on consoles for Flight Sim?
More Around the World trailers to gawk at.
America will get a facelift on the next update.
6 city updates and airports will be added near the end of the month.
The update encompasses a lot of fixes.
More fixes are coming to your friendly neighborhood skies.
"Some things might even be better," says Jorg Neumann, head of Microsoft Flight Simulator.
Microsoft Flight Simulator head Jorg Neumann speaks with GamingBolt about the impressive flight sim title.
The simulator has already had over 1 million players.
Ascending to the skies is a lot easier than it looks.
Every single keyboard shortcut, all in one place.
Have the AI take over completely or change settings for a pleasant flight experience.
See the places you can fly over get shown off in incredible detail.
Lots of fixes are planned with this first update.
The game's hefty requirements could drive a lot of revenue.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is simply a stunning looking video game.
Despite its near universal acclaim, some are still having issues.
Some handy pointers to get you started in this impressive simulator.
A beauty to behold.
Just one day out and there's already more to enjoy.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is an experience like none other, if you can somehow ignore the performance issues.
We've come a long way indeed.
Based on everything we know about the game, this doesn't come as much of a surprise.
Here's everything you should know when the classic franchise returns this month.
This game just looks too good.
The Steam version will come day and date with the Windows Store and Game Pass release.
Even comes with discs and everything.
Xbox Game Pass for PC subscribers can pre-install it now.
Invites for the latest closed alpha build are currently going out.
The fifth alpha build will go live on the same day.
Your weekly dose of stunning Microsoft Flight Simulator images.
The upcoming flight sim continues to look like a visual beast.
Volumetric clouds, incredible-looking water, and more are shown off in these images.
The upcoming flight sim continues to impress with its visuals.
And some of these are flying high.
Microsoft's upcoming simulator looks as beautiful as always.
You'd almost believe these were real life photos.
That is a lot of airports.
Alpha gameplay footage shows off the upcoming flight sim in action.
You'd almost think this was the real thing.
The upcoming flight sim is shaping up to take what might just be the biggest leap of all time in the simulation genre.
A little of the white stuff to wet your appetite.
Michael Scott would have a field day with that headline.
Things are about to get all technical in here, folks.
Sour the skies in stunning 4K.
It's coming to Xbox One and PC, and utilizes Microsoft's Azure cloud AI.