With the end of the alpha test phase and the launch of the beta invite test, we now see more real-world games on Microsoft Flight Simulation 2020. In a series of video clips shared by PC gamer and IGN, there are many magnificent sceneries, as well as two different flights of Boeing 747 and Airbus A320 Neo, highlighting the cockpit experience of both entertainment and visual effects.
in addition, there are some screen snapshots of the internal test version of Microsoft Flight Simulation 2020, which shows that it supports user-defined roles.
as for the exact quantity of customization, it is not known at present. But since the game will be officially released in August, the problem will soon be revealed.
Microsoft Flight Simulation 2020 is scheduled to be released on PC on August 18, and players can buy more mods through the built-in market of the game.
the game also provides a very vivid and detailed world landscape, allowing players to completely immerse themselves in it, including more than 1.5 billion buildings, 200 million trees, mountains, roads, rivers, etc.
in this dynamic game world, players can experience the ever-changing earth, feel the beauty of nature (various animals), and even cite real-time road conditions and real-time weather data.
from light to commercial, every aircraft is equipped with a fine restored cockpit. The depiction of the dashboard is also quite real. Players can use it to improve their flying skills.
the game’s newly introduced manuals, checklists and comprehensive assistance, as well as interactive highlight meter guidance, make it easy for beginners and professionals to get started.
after turning on the dynamic weather engine, you can also feel real-time weather changes, and render real details including wind speed, wind direction, temperature and humidity, rain water, etc.
the newly introduced day and night engine can also experience flight every day or any time of the year, and provides night VFR, visual flight specifications and navigation.
Finally, the game also has a physical engine based on advanced aerodynamic modeling, giving each aircraft more than 1000 control surfaces.