Microsoft Flight Simulator Now Supports VR Headsets on PC
You can now immerse yourself in Microsoft Flight Simulator even more, thanks to its new update that brings the VR support.
If you have a VR headset for PC already, you can’t miss this one. Microsoft Flight Simulator now offers the most immersive way to experience a virtual flight through the Virtual Reality headsets.
As promised before, today all Microsoft Flight Simulator players will be able to update their game with a new content that allows them to play the whole game on VR headsets. The game will support most of the popular VR devices from well-known brands including HTC, Oculus, Valve, and Windows Mixed Reality.
If you haven’t purchased the game, you can get it through your Xbox Game Pass subscription on PC. For those who are not an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, it’s a great time to join the service as Microsoft offers three months of subscription for only $1.
Microsoft Flight Simulator was one of the greatest simulation games of this year that achieved some exceptional milestones in the case of visuals and realism. The game was awarded at The Game Awards 2020 as the Best Simulation Game of this year.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is now only available on PC, but the game will hit Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S in Summer 2021. The new Flight Simulator has turned into another successful project from Asobo Studios after A Plague Tale: Innocence that was launched in 2019.
Previously, there were some rumors around a new partnership between Asobo Studios and Xbox Game Studios for another AAA title, but we haven’t heard anything official about it yet. At some point, rumors suggested that Asobo Studios might be Microsoft’s next target for acquisition, but later it was rejected.
Aside from Microsoft Flight Simulator, Halo Infinite is the other big launch for Xbox Series X and S that has been slated to release later in 2021. Next year, will probably be a great one for Microsoft’s new consoles.