Microsoft Flight Simulator’s Airbus A320 Fenix ​​Could Be Released “Within Days”; PMDG Boeing 737 Price and Version Details Announced



Today relevant news was shared about two of the most anticipated aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

Today relevant news was shared about two of the most anticipated aircraft for Microsoft Flight Simulator.

We start with the Airbus A320 from Fenix ​​Simulations. The team has been pretty quiet over the past two months, but project lead Aamir Thacker confirmed on the developer’s Discord server that “providing the incoming MSFS patch doesn’t break too much” he expects the plane to be released “in days, not months.

Thacker also provided a very small hint at possible prizes. To a user saying they had set aside £140 for the plane, he responded by asking how many copies he was planning to buy for that kind of money. You can do whatever you want with it.

If you’re not familiar with it, the Fenix ​​Airbus A320 is a high-precision interpretation of the CEO version of the popular airliner that will initially ship with CFM56 engines and wingtip fences. . Other options can be added on the line.

It’s been in beta since February, and Microsoft Flight Simulator fans have been eagerly awaiting it ever since it was announced in July 2021.

Let’s move on to the next highly anticipated aircraft, the PMDG announcement pricing details for its Boeing 737, following its release date announcement made yesterday, as well as more information on the release.

We learn that the initial variant (737-700 including passenger, cargo and Boeing Business Jet flavors) will cost $69.99 upon release. When the second variant launches, this “promotional price” will end and it will go up to $74.99.

It will be initially available only on the developer’s official site sometime between 5:00 p.m. and 11:50 p.m. GMT on May 9.

Preliminary estimates for other versions are the same price as the -700 for the -800, around $50 for the -600, and still TBA for the -900.

Estimated release dates (which are subject to change) are approximately June 20 for -600, August 1 for -800, and September 12 for -900.

Bundles are unlikely to come into play before mid-late 2023.

Microsoft Flight Simulator official market availability will occur in the future after the developer ensures that the product is stable. Availability on Xbox is planned, but the release window is unknown.

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If you want to know more about the game itself, you can read our review which will tell you everything you need to know about the game from Asobo Studio.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is already available for Windows 10 and Steam, and Xbox Series X|S.


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