Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020: Closed Beta is coming, invitations coming soon – game updates

from David Martin
The Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Beta is about to be released. As the developers of Asobo Studios announce in a recent blog entry, the closed beta test is well on the way to being released on July 30th. This gives users the opportunity to test the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 on a PC before the release on August 18. Invitations to the closed beta are slated to begin mailing on July 23. Selected alpha testers have had early access to closed beta since the end of last week.

The developers of Asobo Studios are preparing the closed beta for the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. Like you in one current blog entry , the beta test is on track to be released on July 30, 2020. More details about the upcoming beta test are expected to follow in the coming days – we will keep you up to date in our news area. For July 23, the developers have announced the first invitations for the Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Beta.

Anyone who has already participated in the alpha tests for Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 will automatically receive an invitation to the closed beta. Those interested can use the flight simulator website for the Register insider programto receive an invitation for the closed beta. It is not yet known whether there are other ways to participate in the closed beta.

The developers say that the alpha community has had access to early access to the closed beta since last week. So if you have already participated in previous Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 tests, you can try the closed beta. Most recently the Release date for the final version confirmed: The flight simulation will be released on August 18 for PC. The physical Version comes with ten discs.

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