Last month, Microsoft announced that the new version of “flight simulation” will finally be available on PC from August 18. The latest version of the simulation game was released during E3 last year and will be pre ordered on July 13, 2020. < / P > < p > those who pre order games from the Microsoft Store will be able to start downloading according to the established release schedule, which means availability will vary depending on the region and time zone. The game will be launched in 25 time zones around the world at midnight. Users in New Zealand and other countries are already eligible to download the game. Chinese users are eligible to download the game from 0:00 on the 18th. < / P > < p > players who choose to buy games from steam will be able to get full downloads at 4 a.m. UTC (4:00 GMT, 12:00 U.S. Eastern time, 11:00 a.m. central time (August 17), and 9:00 P.T. (August 17). This means that some regions will be able to download Microsoft Flight Simulation before midnight. < / P > < p > although the announcement does not explicitly mention Xbox game pass ultimate or Xbox game pass for PC users’ schedules, it is certain that store purchase schedules for downloaded games also apply to subscribers, as standard versions are included in the subscription. In addition, Microsoft has not released a timetable for the game to be launched on the console. < / P > < p > the game is available in three versions. The standard version is $59.99, the luxury version is $89.99, and the premium premium version is $119.99. The differences between versions include more airports and airplanes. DirectX 12 provides real-time weather scenarios using Microsoft’s latest products.

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