Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024 add new flight activities
Microsoft has announced Flight Simulator 2024 as a sequel to the Microsoft Flight Simulator that was launched in 2020. The company has also posted the announcement video for the game that teases new flight activities.
The game will include search and rescue, Helicopter cargo transport, Air ambulance, Agricultural aviation, mountain rescue, skydive aviation, aerial construction, industrial cargo transport, remote cargo ops, VIP charter service, air racing, glider pilot, scientific research, experimental flight, low altitude training, executive transport service, airship tour and hot air balloon trips.
The game will be more immersive, and will be the most sophisticated, immersive and awe-inspiring flight simulator of all time, said the company.
It has confirmed that the current aircraft and airports that are in Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020), as well as virtually all Marketplace add-ons, will be supported in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024.
Add-ons that were purchased from the in-simulator Marketplace will not need to be re-purchased in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024.
What happens to Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020)?
As far as the Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020), it will soon reveal a roadmap which has content ranging from Aircraft and Avionics Updates, Sim Updates, City and World Updates, and also the free Dune DLC.
Microsoft Flight Simulator (2020) will be supported post the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024 launch.
The Microsoft Flight Simulator 2024 will be available sometime in 2024. It will be available day one on Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass, Xbox Cloud Gaming, Windows 10/11, and Steam. More details will be revealed soon.