Honest the title alone must soundless present you with goosebumps: Microsoft has a free Prime Gun: Maverick expansion for Flight Simulator, and it’s on hand now.
Microsoft launched a trailer of the new expansion on Wednesday, which begins kicking in the 80’s nostalgia as almost at the moment because the outlet bars of the true Prime Gun theme beginning to play. (Unfortunately, Microsoft hasn’t licensed Kenny Loggins’ “Probability Zone” for the trailer,” however Spotify is precise a click on or two away.)
Microsoft doesn’t swear anything about what that you just should possibly maybe or can’t make as a ways because the expansion is anxious, however we can hold the plane you’ll fly is an F-18 Tall Hornet, based upon what we know regarding the movie itself. (Sorry, we can’t verify whether or not the plane in the trailer is an F-18 or not.) What we can swear is that there’s an plane carrier that it looks that that you just should possibly maybe land and earn off from…and at the very halt, is that a shot in a Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird from house?
Endure in mind, Flight Simulator is fragment of Microsoft’s killer Xbox Game Pass subscription, which is ready to be picked up for low-value whenever you observe our advice. The brand new expansion is on hand for all the platforms that Flight Simulator runs on, though, alongside side the PC, Xbox, and Steam. Endure in mind, Flight Simulator‘s file siz is huuuuuuuuge, which is why that’s its implausible that it’s furthermore on hand to play via Xbox cloud streaming.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that you just’ll be ready to web other pilots with air-to-air missiles or guns. And that, naturally, suggests every other quiz: Does Microsoft hold a navy fight simulator in the works? It with out a doubt has all the objects in put of dwelling, alongside side even handed a number of the legendary fight plane of the U.S. navy.
We’ve embedded the trailer underneath.
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Author: Impress Hachman, Senior Editor
As PCWorld’s senior editor, Impress specializes in Microsoft news and chip expertise, among other beats. He has formerly written for PCMag, BYTE, Slashdot, eWEEK, and ReadWrite.
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