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Microsoft Flight Simulator X

Kathmandu. Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X Game has gone public. The game, which has been popular since the 1990s, was created in 1970. Even Bill Gates was amazed when the program was created as an aviation training. Because Windows wasn’t built until then. That’s why it was marketed as a video game rather than a simulator training program.

The airplane game is now available on Windows, Mac and Xbox devices. Through which users will be able to take off and land at 3600 airports of world-famous planes. Also, you can travel the world virtually from a plane. The game is available in three different versions – standard, deluxe and premium. Priced at. 59.99,  89.99 and  119.99, respectively.

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PUBG Mobile update: PUBG Mobile New State game may not be launched in India?

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After Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) game developers recently launched the official trailer of PUBG Mobile 2 or PUBG: New State, there were speculations on the return of PUBG Mobile India, which is banned in the country since September 2020 due privacy and national security concerns.

Besides that, the game was also listed on the Google Play Store for pre-registration, while the pre-order for the Apple App Store will be opening soon. The social media post about the announcement read, “Coming in 2021, PUBG: NEW STATE features the most realistic battle royale experience you will find on mobile. Players will be able to drop in and explore a new map that expands the lore, experience graphics that push the limits of mobile gaming, master the best and most dynamic gunplay on the market, and enjoy next-generation survival features that evolve the battlegrounds.”

However, now it looks like the game isn’t going to come back anytime soon. The social media post about the announcement read, “Coming in 2021, PUBG: NEW STATE features the most realistic battle royale experience you will find on mobile. Players will be able to drop in and explore a new map that expands the lore, experience graphics that push the limits of mobile gaming, master the best and most dynamic gunplay on the market, and enjoy next-generation survival features that evolve the battlegrounds.” However, this is not for Indian users as the game is banned in the country. When they visit the game’s page on the Google Play Store, they will receive an error.

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OnePlus 9 Series Announcement Teased for March 8, Launch Date Likely to Be Revealed

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The OnePlus “Moonshot” webpage doesn’t give away much. On a stark black background, it shows a photo of the Earth, with the message, “Something new is on the horizon. Stay tuned, March 8.” You can enter your email address and subscribe for notifications. Once you enter an email ID and subscribe, however, OnePlus doesn’t send any mail with information or teasers on the upcoming smartphone series – Gadgets 360 could verify independently. A fine-print disclaimer at the bottom of the page reads, “Subscribe to receive news, promotions, and recommendations about OnePlus products and services from OnePlus, its agencies and partners.”

Apart from these, there’s no mention of the upcoming OnePlus 9 series or OnePlus Watch that is expected to launch alongside later this month. So, it can be speculated that on March 8, the company will announce the launch date for the upcoming lineup of smartphones. On the other hand, previous leaks suggested that the OnePlus 9 series could launch on March 23, or mid-March at the earliest. Hence, it could also be assumed that the company could announce the actual launch date on March 8. The company has remained tight-lipped on its social media channels as well.

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Upcoming next-gen games 2021

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The technologies are being evolved day by day, and just like any other technologies in the world the gaming technologies are also being evolved as the gaming consoles and pcs are being made the next-gen. the introduction of the consoles like the ps5 and Xbox series X and S and the pcs which supports the next-gen ray tracing and the similar next-gen features and specs as that of consoles. The next gen consoles and pcs have been just introduced in 2020/21 which has led different game developing companies to adjust the changing gaming environment and to keep up with these consoles by bringing up the new games that are next-gen and are to be supported in these next gen consoles.

the next-gen games are being released at a very fast pace as some of the next-gen games are already released like the ‘Amazing Spiderman 2’, ‘cyberpunk 2077’, ‘assassins’ creed Valhalla’, and many more. similarly different games that will support the next-gen features will be released in the upcoming months of 2021 which are being listed below-

  • Outriders.
    • Platform(s): PC, Xbox One, PS4, PS5, Xbox Series X
    • Release date: April 1, 2021
  • Returnal.
    • Platforms: PS5
    • Release date: April 30, 2021
  • New Pokemon Snap.
    • Platforms: Nintendo Switch
    • Release date: April 30
  • Resident Evil 8: Village.
    • Platform(s): PS5, Xbox Series X, PC
    • Release date: May 7, 2021
  • Death loop.
    • Platform(s):  PS5 (timed exclusive), PC 
    • Release date: May 21, 2021
  • Back 4 Blood.
    • Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC
    • Release date: June 22, 2021
  • Mario Golf: Super Rush.
    • Platforms: Nintendo Switch
    • Release date: June 25, 2021
  • Solar Ash.
    • Platforms: PS4, PS5, PC
    • Release date: June 2021
  • far cry 6.
    • Platform(s): PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, PC
    • Release date: TBC 2021
  • Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time remake
    • Platforms: PS4, Xbox One, PC
    • Release date: TBC 2021
  • Horizon Forbidden West
    • Platform(s): PS5
    • Release date: TBC 2021

These are just some examples of the upcoming next gen games 2021 and hope you will enjoy playing these games.

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