The Microsoft Flight Simulation series, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, is the last of Microsoft’s long-standing franchises. To celebrate the milestone, Microsoft is adding the first fictional flying vehicle — the Pelican Troop Carrier from Halo — to Microsoft Flight Simulation today, and in a free November update, Many of the past favorite aircraft in the Microsoft Flight Simulation series.
The Pelican Troop Carrier (or D77-TC) is one of Halo’s iconic flying vehicles, capable of flying in space as well as in the atmosphere. In the trailer of “Microsoft Flight Simulation”, you can also see it sailing on the edge of the universe. I wonder if you can really ride it all the way to space? This is the first time that “Microsoft Flight Simulation” has cooperated with other game series of its own; and “Last Battle” has already cooperated with the “Forza Horizon” series first, in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th generations. Both drive the same iconic Warthog fighting vehicle.
As for the free update in November, it will bring classic aircraft such as the Wright Brothers aircraft, Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis, DC-3, De Havilland Beaver, Airbus A310, etc., and will also increase the number of gliders, helicopters and other types. The data model of the air vehicle, so that these two new aircraft can be added to the game.