Microsoft Flight Simulator looks to be finally coming to Xbox consoles, at least according to a recent leak and rating board listing. Microsoft Flight Simulator is currently sitting strong on PC, and fans are eagerly waiting for the game to come to consoles as well; that wait may not be much longer.
Microsoft Flight Simulator has a score of 91 on Metacritic for PC, so it is not a surprise to learn that Xbox console players are interested in the game as well. Ratings board listings are often a tell for if a game is on the way. Recently XCOM: Chimera Squad appeared online, for example, which excited many fans of the series.
According to a recent Reddit post and a rating board listing on Video Standards Council (VSC), the Xbox One version of Microsoft Flight Simulator has been rated as PEGI 3. Interestingly, the Xbox Series X version is not noted. Especially with the game being rather heavy on the graphics, one would think that the emphasis would be on the next-gen console. The game is indeed confirmed for the Xbox Series X, but this rating makes it appear that the game is coming to Xbox One as well.
One interesting thing to note about the PC version of the game is that plenty of mods are added to Microsoft Flight Simulator, something that console versions of games usually do not see. So it would be intriguing to see how Xbox would handle that. For now, fans will have to wait for an official confirmation from Xbox on when Microsoft Flight Simulator is coming to consoles, but it seems like it could be a solid summer title.
With the company getting ready to drop Horizon: Forbidden West, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, and a God of War sequel this year, many are looking toward PlayStation to offer the biggest exclusives this year. However, Xbox already has a strong line-up of console exclusives in the works, with the company recently taking the time to showcase a whopping 30 games that will be exclusive to console players on Xbox in 2021.
The list was published on the Xbox Wire blog and details each game Xbox has managed to snag as a console exclusive, including several notable third-party blockbusters and small indie gems. It's worth mentioning that while Psychonauts 2 and The Yakuza Collection are both marked on the list, they are in fact not exclusive to Xbox and will be available on PlayStation as well.
In terms of the more obscure games on the list, Microsoft highlights Adios, Exo Mecha, The Artful Escape, Dead Static Drive, The Ascent, Echo Generation, Exo One, Lake, She Dreams Elsewhere, and Little Witch in the Woods. They're also joined by third-person action-adventure game Way to the Woods, story-rich adventure title The Wild at Heart, adorable old school throwback Tunic, high-octane snowboarding game Shredders, and Nordic-action title Song of Iron. The range of smaller games is rounded out by an open-world, coming-of-age tale called Sable, a story-focused third-person anthology tale titled The Last Stop, a 90s adventure game called The Big Con, and a quirky role-playing game known as RPG Time.
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