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Monday, 05 December 2011 09:24

Microsoft new beta to take Flight

Written by David Stellmack



Applications being taken for new simulator


Microsoft is taking applications through its Microsoft Connect service for those that are interesting in being involved in its beta test for Microsoft Flight. Microsoft Flight is the company’s new flight simulator that is a bit less simulator and streamlined to be a bit more game.

Microsoft Flight is apparently slated to start testing in January; and the development team will apparently only be accepting applications that are completed using Microsoft Connect and those sent via Email will not be reviewed. So, if you want a chance to get in the beta you need to follow the correct process using Microsoft Connect.

Get more information on the Microsoft Flight beta here.


David Stellmack

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