Fans of Microsoft Flight Simulator who play on Xbox Series X will quickly have three new controllers to select from. In addition to the Turtle Beach yoke introduced in June, each Thrustmaster and Honeycomb Aeronautical revealed new Xbox-compatible flight management options over the weekend. The bulletins had been made throughout Flight Sim Expo 2021 in San Diego.

According to FSElite, the Thrustmaster resolution will likely be known as the TCA Boeing Yoke Pack, and will likely be a reproduction of the controls discovered within the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. It will embody a standalone yoke with an all-metal inside construction, plus a separate cut up throttle. Both will likely be bundled collectively in the identical field, and each will likely be appropriate with Windows PC and Xbox Series X. No pricing or availability data was given. Expect extra in an official announcement on Nov. 9.

Notably, this is the primary yoke ever made by Thrustmaster, which is greatest identified for its high-end palms on stick and throttle (HOTAS) setups, together with the beforehand launched TCA Airbus Sidestick system. The addition of the Boeing license means the French-owned firm now has an unique relationship with each of the world’s largest airliner producers. You can watch a full interview with a Thrustmaster consultant on YouTube.

Next up, newcomer Honeycomb introduced a revision for its nicely regarded Alpha Flight Controls, an built-in yoke and button field. Called the Alpha Flight Controls XPC, this new gadget will likely be appropriate with each Xbox Series X and Windows PC. In a information launch, the producer stated that it’ll embody most of the similar options discovered on the unique, plus a “x4 increase in resolution to improve precision” and a new spring-loaded ignition swap.

Honeycomb may also launch the Xbox Hub, which is able to permits customers to attach its Bravo Throttle Quadrant to the Xbox Series X. The Xbox Hub may also be appropriate with Logitech Flight Rudder Pedals and Flight Throttle Quadrant.

A diagram showing how the Charlie pedals and the Bravo throttle connect to the Xbox Hub, then the Alpha XPC, before finally connecting to the Xbox.

Image: Honeycomb Aeronautical

The Alpha Flight Controls XPC will retail for $299.99, whereas the Xbox Hub will value $29.99. Pre-orders ought to begin within the subsequent few months, with supply anticipated by the start of 2022.

Finally, as reported by Threshold, Turtle Beach famous that it has raised the anticipated value of its VelocityOne Flight Controls System from $349.99 to $379.99. It will characteristic an built-in, user-configurable show panel within the middle of the yoke. There may also be a detachable overlay for standing lights, which is able to enable customers to particularly tailor the type of data they’ve out there at a look.

No launch date was given, however the VelocityOne is anticipated to be launched earlier than the top of 2021. Polygon has reached out to Thrustmaster and Turtle Beach for extra data on their bulletins.