There is no successful game without its respective GOTY edition and it will not be missing in Microsoft Flight Simulator, Asobo Studio’s aviation game for PC, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S. This has been announced by Redmond on Xbox Wire, the official site of the platform. Will come out on November 18th for consoles and computer and will include the option to update for free if you have the original edition.
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What’s new in the GOTY version of Microsoft Flight Simulator?
Among the novelties of the GOTY edition are the new planes, which are the following: Boeing F / A-18 Super Hornet, VoloCity, Pilatus PC-6 Porter, CubCrafters NX Cub and Aviat Pitts Special S1S. The following airports will also be added:
- Leipzig / Halle Airport (EDDP)
- Allgäu Airport Memmingen (EDJA)
- Kassel Airport (EDVK)
- Lugano Airport (LSZA)
- Zurich Airport (LSZH)
- Luzern-Beromunster Airport (LSZO)
- Patrick Space Force Base (KCOF)
- Marine Corps Air Station Miramar (KNKX)
They also promise six additional locations, which will introduce missions in Helsinki, Freiburg im Breisgau, Mecca, Monument Valley, Singapore and Mount Cook. There will be 14 new tutorials, new features like an improved climate system, early access to DX 12 or the dev mode replay system. Using photometric technology, the following cities have been reproduced: Helsinki (Finland), Freiburg de Breisgau (Germany), Brigton, Derby, Eastbourne, Newcastle and Nottingham (United Kingdom), as well as Utrecht (Netherlands).
Microsoft Flight Simulator will premiere on the same November 18 both the Reno Air Races: Expansion Pack y el Reno Air Races: “The Microsoft Flight Simulator team worked closely with the Reno Air Racing Association (RARA) and dozens of pilots and owners to develop authentic recreations of many of the world’s most famous racing aircraft,” they comment on Xbox Wire. In total, more than 40 officially licensed aircraft.
The game is also available in Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft’s subscription service.
Source | Xbox Wire