Previously limited details were released about Flight, but Microsoft suggested that its realism and accuracy will appeal to flying enthusiasts, while new types of gameplay would appeal to newcomers. The game is integrated with the Games for Windows – Live platform, which allows players with Live accounts to join and host multiplayer sessions using a Gamertag. It was announced on January 4, 2012 that it would be free-to-play on release in Spring 2012. On February 6, 2012 it announced that Microsoft Flight would be free to download on February 29, 2012. On July 25, 2012, Microsoft announced it had cancelled further development of Microsoft Flight, citing that this was part of "the natural ebb and flow" of application management. As seen in the screenshots, the most noticeable graphical improvements are the newer shader models. The core game, which includes the Icon A5 aircraft and the Big Island of Hawaii scenery area, is free to download from the game's website.
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