Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator
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|Combat Flight Simulator|
WWII Europe Series
|Series||Microsoft Combat Flight Simulator|
|Release||November 1, 1998|
|Mode(s)||Single Player, Multiplayer|
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Combat Flight Simulator was a commercial success. It was the United States' 19th-best-selling computer game during the first half of 1999, and totaled 260,708 sales and $10.8 million revenues in the country by that October. The game's defeat of its direct competitor, Jane's WWII Fighters, contributed to the end of Electronic Arts' Jane's Combat Simulations brand.
The game's global sales surpassed 450,000 copies by June 2000.
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