Microsoft Flight Simulator’s physical edition will include 10 discs
When Microsoft Flight Simulator hits PC on August 18, European gamers who want to go old school will have some chunky physical options including 10 discs, as previously reported by IGN.
Forum Administrator Mathews Coke of Microsoft’s retail partner Aerosoft wrote in a forum, “10 (!) Double-layer DVDs and a printed manual in a stunning box, this is the perfect way to enter the new era of flight simulation.” Post.
The boxed version – the Standard Edition costs 70 Euros and the Premium Deluxe in Europe is 130 Euros – will begin shipping around 21 August.
The 10 discs are mostly taken by the game world and aircraft, weighing 90GB. The simulator code itself is “very small in size,” Coke said. The boxed version is probably best for people with a slow Internet connection, as it will let them install the game without mass downloads.
In terms of digital options,20 planes and 30 airports, included There are five more aircraft and airports, while Each has another five.
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