NEWS - Tuesday, September 26, 2017


Thrustmaster Announces First Flight Stick for Xbox One

Thrustmaster seems to have heard those gamers out there on the Xbox One who want to ’fly the skies’ with precision and a little ’realism’ added.  With that in mind  Thrustmaster has decided that a flight oriented joystick will allow many gamers on Xbox One (and Windows platform) to experience Thrustmaster’s extensive flight simulation expertise as they announce the T.Flight Hotas One.

Thrustmaster claims that the T.Flight Hotas One will allow gamers to fully immerse themselves in the feeling of flight offered by today’s cutting-edge Flight Sim titles and become part of these amazing aerial worlds in a way that hasn’t been possible until now. Based on the T.Flight Hotas concept, one of their all-time bestsellers, Thrustmaster has developed a comprehensive solution officially licensed for Xbox One (and Windows platform).

Eager to deliver on the growing demand from members of this community, the team at Thrustmaster joined forces with Microsoft to create a joystick specially designed for use on Xbox One, with the T.Flight Hotas One being the end result.

Thrustmaster has worked with Frontier to fully support the T.Flight Hotas One in Elite Dangerous for Xbox One. Frontier has been keen to deliver an even deeper level of immersion for the Elite Dangerous community on Xbox One and recommends the T.Flight Hotas One, supporting it with an upcoming patch for Elite Dangerous adding T.Flight Hotas One compatibility on September 26th!

Here are some key points from Thurstmaster’s announcement:

Complete & Accessible Hotas Flight Stick system for Instant Immersion

  • The ergonomic T.Flight Hotas design (combined with the development of next-generation electronics officially licensed for both Xbox One and Windows 10, 8 and 7, including an “ecosystem-ready” port allowing users to add the TFRP rudder system*) allows for instant playability and the ability to adapt to all types of flight simulation (space adventure, modern combat, warplanes, civilian flight etc.) This creates an unrivaled degree of practicality which has become the gold standard set by Thrustmaster over the years.

T.Flight Hotas One: Realistic & Ergonomic Flight Control System

  • In the real world, flight controls used by pilots include both a stick and a throttle: this combination is the most effective in terms of performance and precision. The T.Flight Hotas One provides the same level of realism.
  • The joystick’s realistic, ergonomic design has been lauded right from its earliest designs. The wide hand rest helps gamers keep their hand in a very stable and relaxed position, allowing the stick to respond to even the most subtle movements, and maintain total comfort throughout long combat missions.
  • Gamers can adjust the stick’s resistance according to their needs and preferences. The base is weighted, for enhanced stability during gaming sessions.

T.Flight Hotas One: Detachable Throttle

Another key feature which has helped to establish the reputation of Thrustmaster’s Hotas system is the fact that it includes a full-size throttle, which gamers can use to easily control the acceleration of their aircraft or spaceship.

The throttle is detachable, and can be used in either of two different ways:

  • Detached and separated from the joystick, to recreate authentic piloting conditions; or
  • Attached to the joystick, for better stability and to take up less space.

T.Flight Hotas One: Dual Rudder System

  • What’s more, the joystick includes an extremely precise rudder function: this corresponds to the pedals used by pilots to turn the steering, allowing the plane to pivot around its vertical axis (therefore making the plane turn left or right, without impacting its elevation). This rudder function is accessible by rotating the joystick’s handle (with an integrated locking system), or via the progressive tilting lever located at the front of the throttle.

T.Flight Hotas One: part of Thrustmaster’s Flight Sim ecosystem

  • The T.Flight Hotas One joystick is part of Thrustmaster’s flight simulation ecosystem. It is therefore compatible with the T.Flight Rudder Pedals (which are sold separately) – the first rudder ever to feature the S.M.A.R.T (Sliding Motion Advanced Rail Tracks) slide rails system, for incredibly smooth turns.

So there you have it folks, all the information you need to know what Thrustmaster has in store for those people on the Xbox One who are craving a flight stick.


Source: Press Release

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