X-Plane 10 Global 64bit Now On Steam For Linux
X-Plane 10 Global 64bit is now on Steam for Linux and promises a rather expensive flight simulator experience. By expensive we mean £44.99, so dig deep if you want to try it folks.
X-Plane 10 was originally release in 2011, but since they have updated it to include new features.
They don't list a demo on Steam, but you can grab a demo here. For that price I really recommend giving the demo a try first, as we all know what Steam are like for refunds you sadly have to really fight for it.
X-Plane 10 Global is the latest version of a simulator that has been in development continuously for almost 20 years. This latest version of X-Plane 10 brings numerous improvements and enhancements for Linux (and other OS's) virtual pilots, unleashing the power of modern systems with its 64 bit processing and multi-core support.
Designed to be the most flexible flight simulator it has a fully open structure that allows the enthusiast to change every part. With thousands of compatible add-ons there is no kind of flying craft that is not simulated and there is a whole world to explore.
A bit too expensive and a very tricky game to get into, but I wouldn't mind piloting a space shuttle just once in it.