Microsoft accepting beta testers for Microsoft Flight, promises new breed of virtual flight
Microsoft is now accepting applications for its Microsoft Flight Beta program. Set to begin in January of 2012, Microsoft is looking for eager testers that are interested in enhanced scenery, beautiful terrain, new aircrafts, and integrated content marketplace in the upcoming PC title.
“We’re thrilled to announce that the Microsoft Flight Beta is scheduled to kick-off in January 2012 and we are now accepting applications to participate in the beta program – to apply click here. Note that any beta applications sent via e-mail to [email protected] will not be considered for inclusion in the beta program,” Microsoft announced in an official post.
Microsoft will be going though all the applicants over the coming month and plans on qualifying interested and eager beta testers with additional details as the beta begins in January. Microsoft plans on revealing more about Microsoft Flight as the beta program progresses during its phases.
“Microsoft Flight” is a new PC game from Microsoft Game Studios that brings a new perspective to the long-standing “Flight Simulator” franchise. “From new game play elements and enhanced scenery and terrain to new aircraft and integrated content marketplace, it is an entirely new breed of virtual flight,” Microsoft states. “Microsoft Flight builds off its heritage of deep, immersive simulation and is redesigned to make the experience easier for virtual fliers of all interests and skills.”Further reading: beta, Microsoft