Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, this year’s Microsoft conference on the occasion of E3 2021, will be held next Sunday, June 13 at 7:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time). There are many rumors that have gathered about the titles that the company could present, where Project Typhoon, Omen O Wolfenstein 3, along with a possible advance of Hellblade 2. There may also be room for Microsoft Flight Simulator and your Xbox Series X / S version: especially after you the ESRB has already classified the title. We also remind you that this launch is scheduled to take place in summer.
Microsoft Flight Simulator and its release on Xbox Series X / S
The ESRB, the American video game content classification system, has been in charge of offering the proper game rating Microsoft Flight Simulator for Xbox Series X / S version. This sets a precedent for the game’s imminent launch, on a date that is expected to be revealed at E3 2021 during the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase. In addition, The game is also expected to debut soon on Xbox One: especially after receiving a PEGI rating for this console in April.
Microsoft announced during the last edition of The Game Awards that the Xbox Series X / S version of the game be compatible with “additional peripherals”, in order to provide users with a much more immersive flight experience. While no further information has been shared about it, we look forward to hearing more about it in E3 2021. The title, meanwhile, has optimized its size reducing its weight from 170 GB to 83 GB.
Microsoft Flight Simulator aims to be present at E3 2021
“From light aircraft to wide-body jets, you will test your piloting skills against the real-time weather challenges, which includes the precise speed and direction of wind, temperature, humidity, rain and lighting, all in a dynamic and living world“is the description of Microsoft Flight Simulator.
The game comes to life thanks to data collected by satellites and Microsoft’s Azure cloud technology, which has served to accommodate more than 37,000 airports and two million cities. “Asobo Studio’s aeronautical simulator is a photorealistic, ambitious, relaxing and surprising game, but not for that reason lacking in flaws “, we wrote in our analysis. Microsoft Flight Simulator is available right now for PC.