You Can Get to Survivor's Island in Microsoft Flight Simulator
'Survivor' fans took to 'Microsoft Flight Simulator' to fly across the Pacific to spend some time on the Edge of Extinction.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 lets you go anywhere in the world in just about every type of airplane you can imagine. So it’s no surprise that someone heard that and decided to put the game to the test. Reddit user u/JumpSt4rt57 decided to head over to the Pacific islands of Fiji to find Yadua island — better known to fans of the CBS show Survivor as the Edge of Extinction — and to Flight Simulator‘s credit, it was exactly where it was supposed to be.
For Survivor fans, knowing that the Edge of Extinction and the other Fijian islands used to film the most recent seasons are accessible through Microsoft Flight Simulator is something of a gift. Most fans of the show won’t be on it or have the opportunity to visit Fiji so being able to explore the islands from a birdseye view in a simulation is the next best thing.
If Flight Simulator isn’t your thing though and you’ve got a large chunk of change burning a hole in your pocket, you can just purchase the island as Reddit user u/DoYouKnowTheKimchi pointed out. While no price is listed on the website for those without serious inquiries, u/DoYouKnowTheKimchi did some research and estimates that the 27-acre private island most likely costs somewhere around $1 million or roughly 8,333 copies of the Microsoft Flight Simulator Premium Delux Bundle.
The newest season of Survivor was set to air this fall according to the reunion show for season 40, but due to the Coronavirus pandemic, season 41 has been delayed with very few details about its return.
Make sure to check out the DualShockers review of Microsoft Flight Simulator and if you haven’t grabbed a copy of the game you can find it right here on Steam or just wait until it comes to Xbox Game Pass in the coming weeks.