Saturday, December 3, 2011

MS Flight - screenshot

Microsoft Flight, the upcoming update to the long-running Microsoft Flight Simulator series is all set to reach a closed Beta stage in January 2012. What should interest you, the avid gamer, is that Microsoft is now accepting registrations for the beta. You don’t need much to sign up – apart from your Xbox Live gamertag and agreeing to the stringent (as can be expected) terms and conditions. You can be sure that we’ve signed up – but sadly, due to the terms and conditions, we won’t be able to provide you with screenshots, impressions or our own review of the Beta (if we get in). So only way of knowing how the Beta handles is to sign up for the Beta now and hope that you get in. Check the source link below.

Via: The Verge

Source: Microsoft

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