Microsoft Flight Simulator will receive VR support through a new update on December 22, 2020. This update will be updated on a large scale in the UK in January.
Microsoft and developer Asobo announced several new updates, which will appear under its flagship analog title, Microsoft Flight Simulator, Conduct developer Q&A on Twitch.
The company said that VR will be added through the free Sim Update 2, which will introduce support for all major VR headsets.
Executive producer Martial Bossard said in the live broadcast: “It will be open to all devices.” “Oculus series, Valve series-every headset series will be supported.”
It is not clear whether the game will be sold through the Oculus Store or only supports headsets, but either way, this is a pretty good development for virtual reality enthusiasts around the world.
Asobo and Microsoft have confirmed that the VR experience will affect both gameplay and menu navigation, which means you don’t have to wander between the two in order to set up flights and so on.
After the VR update, we will look forward to World Update 3. This patch aims to provide a more accurate British interpretation of the game by using new data and aerial images from England, Scotland and Wales. It will also introduce new landmarks and procedural buildings, more than 50 new landmarks, and improvements to certain existing airports.
Fans in the United States don’t worry: the developer also outlined plans to return to the Atlantic side.
Microsoft Flight Simulator released the PC version in August. In our review, we said that it is “very suitable for experienced pilots and beginners alike.”
Within two weeks of its release, the game attracted more than one million players. Analysis company Jon Peddie Research (Jon Peddie Research) announced the release of the game before it will help the game sell 2.6 billion US dollars in hardware sales.