"Microsoft Flight Simulator is an extraordinary game that looks to the next-generation a few months before the release of the new consoles."
The World Update is free to download.
It appears that the popular sim could be soaring its way onto Microsoft's older system.
Matt Velloso, technical advisor at Microsoft, was quick to share the topical mod on Twitter.
Players can now marvel over iconic locations such as Stonehenge and Loch Leven.
Neumann: "We'll never dumb down the sim but there are some onboarding parts that we can do better."
The new locations are planned to be released in March.
This version of the game is currently up in the air.
Microsoft also released a handy infographic to show some insight into our flying habits.
The question we've all been mulling over has finally been answered.
The flight sim has gained recognition even beyond the gaming world.
VR is set to be available to all major headsets, and will be landing this month.
After finishing the tutorial, 70% of players take a trip back home.
Featuring new airports and 50-60 points of interest, Great Britain has never looked so great.
This update is bringing improved textures, four new airports and 50 new high-fidelity points of interest.
Travel over the golden beaches of Florida, the busy streets of New York, or the riverside city of Montreal in the latest Flight Simulator Cities video.