Simulators offer players a chance to do things they couldn't naturally do on their own, yet do through the simulator/video game title they are able to do it as if they are really there. There's a lot of detail and precision that go into these titles, especially when it comes to those that are actually trying to make you feel like you're really doing the act. Take for example X-Plane 11, a simulator that wants to give you a truly realistic and detailed flying simulator so that you might know what it's like to fly a plane.
And let's face it, who hasn't wanted to fly a plane? The game takes realism and detail to new heights as it goes the extra mile to simulate everything you might encounter both in the plane, and outside it. From the airports that you need to land in, refuel in, get new passengers in, and more, to the cities that you are flying above, there's a lot of detail put into X-Plane 11.
Plus, naturally, the cockpit and conditions you're flying in are also on display, and you'll have to learn how to not only fly the plane, but adapt to changing conditions such as weather and impediments that could happen in flight.
There's a variety of planes you can learn to fly, from small craft, to full-on passenger planes, it's your choice what you fly. Just remember, you're trying to land the plane safely, ok? But with X-Plane 11, you might just be able to do it just as though you were the actual pilot.
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