Microsoft Flight Simulator will get new equipment when it launches on Xbox Series X/S

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I’ve you’ve been patiently ready for Flight Simulator 2020 to return to Microsoft’s Xbox Series X/S, I’d maintain off a bit longer as a result of Microsoft might need just a few new equipment purpose-built for consoles up its sleeve.

At the current Xbox/Bethesda keynote, Microsoft stated that “new, Xbox-compatible peripherals will be announced soon.”

So far, the Xbox Series X/S can use the Thrustmaster T.Flight Hotas One, Thrustmaster T.Flight Rudder and the Hori Hotas Flight stick for Xbox one. This permits digital pilots to make use of flight sticks and pedals, however no Yokes are supported.

Honeycomb Aeronautical is at the moment engaged on redesigning its Alpha Yoke for consoles and a few of its different Flight Simulator gear, so it appears seemingly that’s what Xbox is hinting at.

I’m hoping that the theoretical new Yoke controller can be utilized in your lap so you may fly from the consolation of the sofa, however we’ll have to attend and see. Perhaps if we’re fortunate, Microsoft will assist Flight Simulator in VR on the Xbox Series X/S. 

The sport is scheduled to launch on July twenty seventh on the Xbox Series X and S, so I’d anticipate to see extra about Flight Simulator equipment nearer to the sport’s launch.

Via: Windows Central 

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Written by Gideon


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