I would imagine all they mostly care about is the revenue, gamepass uptake/promotion, xbox promotion, ability to sell addons via the marketplace - its a business obviously with a yearly net profit - also hence why the strict NDAs to protect it at all costs. Unfortunately, once you have paid, you can’t do much except get taken a long for a ride. Personally, I feel that once the aww/newness factor has gone for xbox users, the frequent flyers on xbox will be quite limited vs pc - the graph will cliff off within a month or two. It essentially becomes users putting location a and b, then getting autopilot to fly it whilst you look at the scenery - a glorified google/bing maps.
Don’t get me wrong, the more people that experience or look into the joys of flight, the better. More learning, understanding of physics, weather, navigation, geography, radios etc - this is great stuff no mater what platform. My problem is that to learn this, you have to put in effort / some time - a learning curve. I feel that this is being reduced at all costs to avoid it being too overwhelming for console users who are maybe new to the genre, but it should be overwhelming - thats the whole point - you start small in a C152 and build up and learn core skills from there! The tutorials / lessons should have all the clunky tool tips / learning aids galore, this is fine, but if not using them, dont dumb it down everywhere else please