Whilst the image looks a little silly and not something that would be practical for many, it actually is something that you could potentially have as part of your own setup. Xbox France is doing a competition where the primary winner could win a completely custom PC that is encased with a cross-section of an aircraft jet engine.
The contest comes following on from the release of the recent World Update that saw France and the Benelux see various improvements and new custom points of interest added throughout the region. Whilst the contest was originally posted on the Xbox France Twitter page, anyone can enter by following the Twitter page and commenting with the #MicrosoftFlightSimulator hashtag. If one of our readers wins, we certainly want to see pictures.
Envie de voyager ? ✈️
On te fait gagner un PC unique Microsoft Flight Simulator conçu pour le vol à l’occasion de la nouvelle mise à jour France/Benelux !
Pour participer :
➡️ RT + Follow @XboxFR
➡️ Commente avec #MicrosoftFlightSimulator pic.twitter.com/aeDk4nnOWH
— Xbox FR (@XboxFR) April 13, 2021
The lucky winner will receive the custom PC and custom case. As for specs, inside is a Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3070, an Intel i7-11700K and a Z590 Aorus Elite AX, all of which make for a fairly decent system to run the simulator itself. We can only hope that custom lights and sound effects will complete the experience.
It should be made clear that the image shown is simply a render at this point, but the winner should receive something similar.
It’s huge, ridiculous and totally something any simmer would love to have in their house. We wonder if we’ll see other custom designs in the future for the Nordic update due in June.
You can read more about the recent World Update here. Afterwards, check out information on a new ultralight aircraft and even the ATR coming to the simulator in the future.
Featured image from Microsoft.