With Microsoft Flight Simulator about to land on Xbox Series X and Series S, it is to be expected that many users are wondering what kind of devices they will be able to connect to their console to be able to take control of the aircraft helm in the most realistic way possible. . Well, we already have the compatible models that will be available soon.
Turtle Beach VelocityOne Flight
We had already seen this model in advance and it is one of the most interesting and complete models that we can find in the catalog of compatible devices. It is a rudder with an integrated display that features an acceleration dial and trim wheel with integrated vernier control levers.
The rudder shaft lacks steering friction, and will offer smooth control that closely resembles actual aircraft controls.
Price : 349.95 euros
Honeycomb Alpha Flight Controls XPC
The most complete and professional proposal comes from the hand of HoneyComb, a well-known manufacturer among the windbreaks famous for its excellent finishes and qualities. Designed by aerospace engineers, the brand will offer two types of controllers, one based on a rudder and the other of the joystick type that will include a large number of programmable buttons. Both will be available in early 2022.
Trustmaster T. Flight
The new T.Flight Full Kit X is the specially designed Xbox version of a peripheral that has garnered rave reviews on PC. Kit includes joystick, removable throttle, and rudder pedals with slide rails. Its main advantage is that it has a very compact design that will not take up too much space in setups that do not have too much free space.
Price : $ 199.99
Available for quite some time, this proposal is a very practical solution that simply offers a keyboard and a mouse that can be connected to the console, with the peculiarity that the keyboard includes a removable flat base that we can use as a surface to use the mouse. . This mouse has an advanced optical sensor developed by Razer that will offer precision and speed, also serving to use it in other compatible games, such as Warzone.
Not all will be available for launch
The bad news is that the launch of these devices will take time to occur, so they will not be in time to accompany the launch of Microsoft Flight Simulator, which will take place on July 27. Game that by the way you can already download from Xbox Game Pass to get it ready on your console (remember that they are 100GB) and run it immediately the day it is officially launched.