Flight Simulator 2004 (also known as FS9 or FS2004) is a flight simulation video game developed and published by Microsoft Game Studios. Flight Simulator 2004 was released on July 2003 and shipped with many historical aircraft such as the Wright Flyer, the Ford Motor Tri-and the Douglas DC-3 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the first flight Wright Brothers. The game included an improved weather engine, which gives a real three-dimensional clouds and true local weather conditions for the first time. The engine also allows users to download weather information from actual weather stations, allowing the simulator to synchronize time with the real world. Other improvements from the previous version included better ATC communications, GPS devices, interactive virtual cockpit, and more variety in autogen such as barns, street lights, silos, etc.
After the game Flight Simulator 2004 was followed by Microsoft Flight Simulator X and was released on October 2006.
Flight Simulator 2004 Game ScreenShots
Flight Simulator 2004 System Requirements
- Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
- 450MHz Processor
- 64MB RAM (Windows 98/ME)
- 128MB RAM (Windows 2000/XP)
- 1.8GB Hard Disk Space
- 8MB DirectX compatible 3D Accelerated Video Card
- DirectX 9.0
- Sound Card
Flight Simulator 2004 Download Link
file size: 1.81 GiB
Flight Simulator 2004 (PC)