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Microsoft has released the final DLC airplane for its free-to-play PC game Microsoft Flight, several weeks after the company announced that all future work on the game will be cancelled.
Microsoft has launched the first major expansion for its free-to-play game Microsoft Flight. The Alaskan Wilderness DLC can be downloaded on Steam and Games for Windows Live for $14.99.
Microsoft Flight, the recently launched free-to-play flight simulator, is now available on Valve's Steam download service. The first major update for the game since the launch has also been released.
Microsoft Flight, the reimagining of the company's Microsoft Flight Simulator franchise, has been released a few hours earlier than the planned February 29th release date.
Microsoft has announced that its PC exclusive flight simulator game Microsoft Flight will be available to download for free on Feb. 29, with an expansion available for 1600 Microsoft Points.
Microsoft has announced that Microsoft Flight, the PC flight simulator game, will be released sometime in the spring of 2012 and that part of the game will be free to play.
Microsoft is now taking beta applications for Microsoft Flight, the upcoming PC revival of its long running Microsoft Flight Simulator series. The beta test is expected to start in January.
Microsoft has revealed the target hardware specs for Microsoft Flight, the upcoming PC flight simulator series that was first announced back in the summer of 2010.