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You can now run Microsoft Aircraft Simulator on VR

Microsoft Flight Simulator It always seemed to make you feel like a pilot, but you haven’t been able to experience it in VR – to this day. With today’s free update, there is Asobo Studio Added support for OpenXR-compatible headsets, Which includes Windows Mixed Reality Headsets and Valve Index, HTC View and Oculus Rift and Oculus Quest (if you use A connecting cable).

Microsoft First announced The VR feature comes first to the HP Reverb G2. This latest update includes support for most Windows hybrid reality headsets, Oculus, Valve and HDC headsets.

Previously, if you wanted to feel like you were In fact On a plane while playing Flight Simulator, Which takes a lot of computer monitors and some carpentry skills. Even so, owning one is still beyond the reach of the average person. Now all you need is a VR headset – oh, and a powerful computer to operate it at a resolution that can send an inch from your eyes to the screen. When Microsoft Conducted a beta test of the feature, Paired with an i5-8400 or Raison 5 1500X GTX 1080 Listed as At least Specifications.

The update brings to the world as well A winter preparation, Adding snow and ice to different weather conditions of the game Real-time weather simulation. According to A blog post By Microsoft Flight Simulator, The game now “will add real-time snow to the entire planet and ice protection to real life.”

Currently, the game flies over the North Pole Is a little different, Not least, because it is ice-free water. As you can imagine, that part of real life Mostly very icySo, it will be interesting to see if the new weather conditions make this area more real for life. In fact, let’s see for ourselves. We will leave as soon as everyone turns off their phones. And the runway is cleared. And, of course, we now have to make the wings de-ice.

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