Dovetail Games to Release Two Flight Simulation Games for Windows 10
Dovetail Games is preparing two new flight simulation games for Windows 10, Flight School and Flight Simulator. The first game, Dovetail Games Flight School is set to arrive to Windows 10 in April, while Flight Simulator is hitting the store later this year.
Dovetail Games acquired rights for Microsoft’s flight simulation technology back in 2014, and the company is now developing its own games to help pilot students and all other people who want to be introduced to the world of virtual flying.
Educational software for young pilots
Dovetail Flight School is not just an ordinary game for regular players who want to pilot a virtual plane in their spare time. This game is designed as an educational software for future pilots, and it teaches them the basics of flying a light aircraft, as well as some essentials of flight simulation environment.
“Flying an aircraft is a rewarding, awe-inspiring experience unlike any other and we want to give more people the opportunity to enjoy that by breaking down the barriers that make flight simulation feel inaccessible,” said Stephen Hood, Creative Director at Dovetail Games. “By empowering players to handle the controls of the aircraft, we will help them to immerse themselves in the very best and most thrilling aspects of flying in an up-to-date and technically cutting edge environment.”
Gameplay of Flight School, if we can call it that, will allow you to pilot some iconic training aircrafts, and will feature a lot of tutorials and training missions. The game will also have a Free Flight mode, which allows you to relax, and pilot your plane how you want.
So, if you’re attending a flight school, and you’re studying to become a pilot, Flight School and Flight Simulations will be great games to sharpen your piloting skills, at least they’re certainly safer than a real plane. If you like flight games, do check out as well flight simulator game F18 Carrier.
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