Microsoft Flight Simulator’s Top Gun: Maverick expansion has been released as a free update
Microsoft released the Top Gun: Maverick expansion for Microsoft Flight Simulator on Thursday. This update is available for free to all players on Xbox Series S/X, Xbox One, PC, and supported smartphones. It brings new missions and challenges to the game, inspired by the stunts performed by real Top Gun pilots. This update was supposed to arrive alongside Top Gun: Maverick in November 2021. However, Paramount Pictures delayed the film’s release due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases at the time.
With the Top Gun: Maverick expansion, Microsoft Flight Simulator gets three training missions for the Super Hornet, allowing players to test their skills in unrestricted flights, split S-maneuvers, and low-level flight and at high speeds over the complex. topography. There’s also a new mission that allows players to fly into the stratosphere, the second lowest layer of Earth’s atmosphere.
This expansion adds five new challenges that provide high-speed, low-altitude flight over mountains and through canyons. It also comes with the difficulty of landing on an aircraft deck. Additionally, this expansion adds a new hypersonic aircraft to the game that can reach speeds of Mach 10 and fly at an altitude of 150,000 feet above sea level. This free expansion also includes the Top Gun: Maverick livery for the plane. F/A-18E Super Hornet fighter jet.
As mentioned above, this update has been delayed due to Top Gun: Maverick being delayed. The film now arrives on Friday. In it, Tom Cruise reprises his role as Pete “Maverick” Mitchell after more than two decades. This movie is directed by Joseph Kosinski of Tron: Legacy Fame.
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The Top Gun: Maverick Expansion for Microsoft Flight Simulator is available on Xbox Game Pass, PC Game Pass, Windows Store and Xbox Series S/X and Steam for PC. Players on Xbox One, low-end PCs, and supported smartphones can get this update via Xbox Cloud Gaming.
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