Microsoft Flight is now available on Steam. The free to play sim is doing quite well over on Games for Windows Live and at time of writing is already number 32 on Steam’s top 100 player activity charts. Four pieces of DLC are available, ranging from the $6.99 Mitsubishi A6M2 Zero to the $19.99 Hawaiian adventure pack, which includes two planes and, you know – Hawaii. There are a couple of bundles available too.
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Microsoft Flight has launched on PC and is available for free at here. Players can explore the Big Island of Hawaii for free, and content packs will cost you.