The upcoming Top Gun expansion to Microsoft Flight Simulator has been delayed to accommodate the changed date of the Top Gun: Maverick movie. Paramount announced earlier this month that it was delaying the rest of its 2021 films. Among them, they announced that Top Gun: Maverick has been delayed to May 27, 2022.
Top Gun expansion would be released alongside the movie:
The Top Gun expansion for Microsoft Flight Simulator would be released alongside the movie. The game studio was considering adding some jets and locations from Top Gun: Maverick to the production. Other than these, there is no information on what to include. “We look forward to sharing more information in the future,” the game’s team wrote in a blog post. made statements.
Alongside the launch of Flight Simulator for Xbox Series X/S, Microsoft also announced the Top Gun expansion. expansion. The expansion teaser included a preview of some of the jets added to the production and the newly added aircraft carrier. When we look at it in a little more detail, the things we can do with jets look quite impressive. If the players master this, very good things can come out.
Top Gun: Maverick and two more movies delayed to 2022:
Paramount film studio has delayed Top Gun: Maverick to 2022 due to concerns about the delta variant and the spike in COVID-19 cases. However, Jackass Forever and Mission: Impossible have also been delayed to 2022.
If we take a closer look at Top Gun: Maverick, we see that Tom Cruise is playing the lead role. Joseph Kosinki sits in the director’s chair of the production, which has a budget of 140 million. Kosinki made a name for himself with the films he directed Oblivion and The Legend of Tron. Also, don’t forget to check out our other news here.