New gameplay footage from Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 has appeared online, with more of the game’s beautiful vistas.
The new images, which contain two different flights with the Boeing 747 and the Airbus A320 Neo, emphasizes the great attention to detail in the recreation of the aircraft cockpits and the high quality of the images.
There are also plenty of other high-quality images made available by PC Gamer and IGN today, which you can check out below.
In addition, some new screenshots taken in the current closed beta of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, confirms that the game will include customizable in-game avatars, which will be fully displayed. The number of customization options has yet to be confirmed, but more will certainly come in the near future, as the game will be officially released next month.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 will be released on PC on August 18. One of the game’s many features is an in-game marketplace where users can sell mods for money.
- Vibrant and detailed landscapes – Immerse yourself in the vast and beautiful world that is our planet with over 1.5 billion buildings, 2 trillion trees, mountains, roads, rivers and more.
- A living world Earth is vibrant and constantly changing, as is the world of Microsoft Flight Simulator, including live traffic, real-time weather and animals.
- Highly detailed aircraft – Improve your pilot skills in various aircraft from light aircraft to commercial aircraft with extended flight models. Each plane contains highly detailed and accurate cockpits with realistic instruments.
- New checklist system – From pro to beginner, scale your level from full manual to full assist with interactive and highlighted instrument guidance and checklist.
- Dynamic weather – The new weather engine allows users to enable live weather mode to experience real-time weather, including accurate wind speed and direction, temperature, humidity, rain and more.
- New day and night engine – Experience the flight at any time of the day or year, taking into account nighttime VFR, visual flight rules, navigation.
- Aerodynamic modeling – A state-of-the-art physics engine with more than 1,000 control surfaces per aircraft provides a truly realistic experience.