Microsoft’s Flight Simulator now includes helicopters, gliders, and the Spruce Goose
To commemorate the game’s 40th anniversary, Microsoft has added helicopters, gliders, and the Spruce Goose to Flight Simulator.
The Airbus A310-300, a real-life airliner, has been meticulously rebuilt as one of the update’s numerous features, according to the business in a blog post.
The 40th Anniversary Edition also includes seven iconic historical aircraft, including the ‘Spruce Goose,’ the world’s biggest seaplane and wooden aircraft.
The updated version also includes four iconic airports, including “Meigs Field in Chicago, a typical home airport for the Microsoft Flight Simulator brand.”
“Test your flying abilities by riding thermals in an unpowered glider, directing rotor-wing aircraft over congested metropolitan cityscapes, better real-time atmospheric modelling, and live weather in a dynamic and lively environment,” the business added.