Joining the ever growing list of free-to-play games is Microsoft’s flight simulator that will be available for the PC by the 29th of February, 2012. This game is obviously for hardcore aviators, as it gives them a chance to (virtually) try out some of the coolest planes in aviation history. The free version of this game will allow players to fly around the gorgeous island of Hawaii, but if you wish to fly some more, you’ll have to shell out some of your hard earned dough for the content pack that includes “the Hawaiian Adventure Pack, a new plane and 20 new missions“. This pack will set you back by $20 or 1,600 Microsoft points.
Spread your wings and fly
“There was an overwhelming demand for access to the Microsoft Flight beta and the number of requests was far more than what we initially planned for,” said executive producer Joshua Howard. “We received amazing feedback from the beta participants and it’s great to see this level of excitement from fans as we move toward the release of Microsoft Flight.”
For more on this game, you can check out the official site.
Publish date: February 7, 2012 12:14 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 9:32 pm