Microsoft Flight Simulator x Top Gun: Maverick – Watch the Official Launch Trailer

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If someone told you that Microsoft Flight Simulator would team up with Top Gun, you probably wouldn’t believe it. But we have a trailer to prove it. It’s true: Microsoft Flight Simulator releases the Top Gun: Maverick expansion!

If you like to maneuver a plane to go high among the clouds, we don’t blame you! Who wouldn’t like to fly like a bird? But gravity is always there, ruining our dreams! However, the good news is that video games don’t care about gravity one bit. Microsoft Flight Simulator is one good example of a game where your dream to fly freely becomes a reality!

Microsoft Flight Simulator’s Top Gun: Maverick expansion has become available

We’ve all heard of Top Gun. Bringing elements from the renowned title into Microsoft Flight Simulator can only result in even more exciting gameplay and flights than ever before. Here’s the outcome:

IGN’s description of the expansion is the following:

Microsoft Flight Simulator’s Top Gun: Maverick expansion is available now. Watch the launch trailer for the Top Gun: Maverick expansion, which brings a carrier deck landing challenge, a Maverick Edition livery for the F/A-18E Super Hornet, Super Hornet training missions, and more.

You can purchase Microsoft Flight Simulator from Steam for 59.99 euros for the Standard version. If you want to buy the Deluxe version, you’ll have to invest 71.99 euros. The Premium version of the game costs 95.99 euros.

The system requirements for Microsoft Flight Simulator aren’t too demanding except for the storage space. If you want to play the game on a PC, you’ll need at least an Intel i5-4460 or AMD Ryzen 3 1200, a graphics card such as NVIDIA GTX 770 or AMD Radeon RX 570, and 8GB of RAM. Last but not least, you’ll also need a minimum of 150GB of free storage space.

 

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