the new Microsoft Flight Simulator It’s an immersive game for the PC, and we can only imagine how immersive it could be in virtual reality – but you might not have to imagine longer, because Microsoft Just open subscriptions (Through Eurogamer) For a closed beta for a virtual reality experience.
There are quite a few requirements if you want it to be taken into consideration. Not only do you have to own the game, have a Windows Mixed Reality headset, and have a Microsoft Flight Simulator “Insider” registered and sign a nondisclosure agreement, you’ll need a PC that’s a bit more powerful than the base game – with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 or better 8GB of VRAM sports, As well as 16 GB of system memory.
And you will need to demonstrate that your computer is eligible by submitting DxDiag (hit the Windows start button, type “dxdiag”, and hit Enter) in order for Microsoft to confirm these specifications and that your system is not at risk of BSOD or other major system errors.
(The DxDiag file is basically just an inventory of your system, but it also lists recent application crashes.)
Interestingly, it doesn’t look like you’ll need the HP Reverb G2, the specific headphone That Microsoft said originally He will get the first achievements in the game. Any Windows Mixed Reality headphone will obviously begin, which should be stylish for those who have had huge discounts on items like Lenovo Explorer and Samsung Odyssey over the past two years.
The company doesn’t say when the closed beta will start, but it previously promised a free VR update this fall, so it probably won’t be long. If you have an Oculus or HTC headset, or another VR headset, there will be a second wave of closed beta for other devices as well.
Not surprisingly, Microsoft wants to be careful with the introduction of VR, because the game initially tended to have powerful gaming PCs for lunch. Even our Nvidia RTX 3080 wasn’t enough to fully boot itPartly because we haven’t paired it with a fast enough CPU. However, we’ve seen some frame rate improvement in recent updates, so VR probably won’t be a massive extension this holiday. This may give you more time Find a flying stick.