Microsoft is giving away a jet-engine PC that won’t play Flight Simulator at max

Microsoft Flight Simulator’s latest update, Xbox France is giving away a PC shaped like a jet engine that has been cut in half. The contest asks entrants to follow @XboxFR on Twitter, retweet its post, as well as comment with the hashtag #MicrosoftFlightSimulator in order to be entered to win.

Microsoft Flight Simulator has existed in one version or another for decades and, as its name implies, is a flying simulation for players looking to fly around a realistic version of the world. This update in particular focuses on France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg, and can be installed from the in-game marketplace for free.

The winner of this giveaway will receive a PC shaped like a jet engine that is equipped with a Z590 Aorus Elite AX motherboard, as well as an Intel Core i7-11700K processor. The PC will also come with a Gigabyte-branded RTX 3070 video card, but at the moment it remains unclear when this contest will conclude. The update this contest is associated with is the fourth major world update for Microsoft Flight Simulator thus far, and it adds details to Paris and Amsterdam; sets up three new airports at Megeve, Nice, and Rotterdam; and improves dozens of already existing airports in the area.

As part of a promotion for Microsoft Flight Simulator, players can expect this PC will handle the high-level specifications associated with the game, but also that it might take up quite a lot of room. No specific dimensions have been released, and while it won’t be the size of a literal jet engine, it also doesn’t appear to be on the smaller end. Released on PC back in August 2020, Microsoft Flight Simulator may also come to Xbox One later this year.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is available now on PC and is planned for release on Xbox Series X/S in 2021, with an Xbox One version rumored to be in development.

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