Microsoft’s Prime Gun enlargement for Microsoft Flight Simulator is being delayed to match the film’s shifted launch date. Paramount introduced earlier this month that it’s delaying the remainder of its 2021 movies, pushing Prime Gun: Maverick from its Thanksgiving weekend launch date to Might twenty seventh, 2022.
The Prime Gun enlargement for Microsoft Flight Simulator had been deliberate for later this 12 months, and can now be “launched alongside the film,” in accordance with Microsoft and Asobo Studio. We nonetheless don’t have an entire lot of knowledge on what Asobo Studio is planning so as to add with the Prime Gun enlargement, other than some jets and places from Prime Gun: Maverick. “We look ahead to sharing extra data sooner or later,” says a weblog submit from Microsoft’s Flight Simulator workforce.
Microsoft initially introduced the Prime Gun enlargement at E3 earlier this 12 months, alongside the launch of Microsoft Flight Simulator for the Xbox Sequence X / S. The teaser trailer for the enlargement features a take a look at a number of the jets coming to Microsoft Flight Simulator, and even an plane service that gamers might be able to land on subsequent 12 months.
Paramount moved Prime Gun: Maverick to 2022 as a result of issues across the delta variant and a spike in COVID-19 instances. Jackass Endlessly can also be being delayed to subsequent 12 months, and Mission: Unimaginable 7 will now be launched on September thirtieth, 2022.