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Microsoft Flight Simulator Featuring Marketplace to Sell Mods

Microsoft Flight Simulator

Microsoft Flight Simulator is going to feature a built-in Marketplace that will allow approved partners to sell content to other Flight Simulator players.

It has been officially announced that the Microsoft Flight Simulator Partner Program will be included in the game and will let third-parties sell their creations, such as mods, on Microsoft Flight Simulator.

“We firmly believe that the new built-in Marketplace provides a great opportunity for you to reach more customers than you may be able to reach today,” said Asobo Studio in the announcement. “Our goals and aspirations with Microsoft Flight Simulator are to further expand on the success of FSX, which has sold millions of copies, and that even more people will experience the simulator through Xbox Game Pass for PC.

“The Marketplace allows simmers to purchase content without ever leaving the simulator, resulting in significantly reduced friction to complete a purchase.

“The Marketplace will operate under an Agency model, which means that you, as the content creator, will set the price for every piece of content you submit. Becoming a partner doesn’t alter your ability to sell your content on your own websites and storefronts. Just like with FSX, you can continue to sell your content outside of our Marketplace. Becoming a Microsoft Flight Simulator Marketplace Partner essentially unlocks another channel for you.”

You can submit an application for the Marketplace Partner Program by clicking here.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is scheduled to arrive on PC on August 18th.


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