THE MICROSOFT CORPORATION RESURRECTS THE HIGH-FIDELITY MICROSOFT FLIGHT SIMULATOR PLATFORM
On Tuesday August 18, 2020 (A.D.) THE Microsoft Corporation Resurrected The High–Fidelity Microsoft Flight Simulator Platform. Microsoft Flight Simulator Images and Video Sourced from: https://www.xbox.com/en-US/games/microsoft-flight-simulator
The Microsoft Flight Simulator Brand product line legacy pioneered and preeminently led the Market in an Undisputed Dominative Fashion for approximately twenty-nine (29) years, or nearly three (3) decades, dating back to the 1980 on the Apple II and Tandy TRS–80, according to McCracken (2009), and Lai (2009). Several Credible Media Outlets (i.e.FLYING Magazine, IGN.com, Gamespot.com, Computerworld, Gamasutra.com, and Technologizer.com) reported that the Microsoft ACES Games Studios, which included the Microsoft Flight Simulator Team, was closed amid a companywide five-thousand (5,000) employee layoff operation. The Microsoft Corporation Public relation spokesperson confirmed the closure of its ACES Games Studios, “In a statement, Kelda Rericha of Edelman, Microsoft’s public relations firm, said that the decision was made within Microsoft’s Internal Entertainment Business “to align our people against our highest priorities,” according to Ocampo (2009). “The spokeswoman confirmed that as part of Thursday’s layoff of 1,400 employees, Microsoft closed the ACES Studio that produced FlightSim. She attributed it to restructuring by Microsoft’s Interactive Entertainment Business that “followed our annual strategy review process”“ (Lai, 2009).
Regardless of the Brazen Discontinuation of the product line and Termination of the Employment of the entire ACES Games Studio Division, “Microsoft told PC Magazine it remains committed to “enabling great live experiences on Windows, including flying games, but we have nothing specific to announce at this time,”” according to Phelps (2009). These decisive decisions and acts were conducted at the tail end of the Great Recession (2007 though the Spring of 2009).
Eleven (11) years and six (6) months and eighteen (18) days later a Resurrected High–Fidelity Microsoft Flight Simulator Platform has Materialized. As Expected, the Resurrected High–Fidelity Microsoft Flight Simulator Platform Aligns and Overlays Ideally with Prioritized and Reasonably Modern (i.e. within the last five  years) computer hardware, software architecture, data-technologies, and internet speed, bandwidth, flexibility, robustness, and architecture technologies.
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Sillers, P. (2020, August 6). Microsoft Flight Simulator’s 2020 Reboot May Be The Safest Way To Fly This Year. CNN.com. Accessed on Saturday August 15, 2020. Sourced from: https://www.cnn.com/travel/article/microsoft-flight-simulator-2020-release/index.html