Microsoft Flight Simulator looks set to be an excellent and great game, just as an ideal fit for augmented reality.

You’ve presumably observed the screen captures and viewed the stunning trailers, presently with the game set to dispatch on 18 August we’re likewise getting other information about it.

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It will get support for one VR headset to begin with and that is the HP Reverb G2. A headset that is not propelled at this point, however is a joint effort between HP, Valve and Microsoft.

The Reverb G2 offers 4K visuals and back to front following, in light of the specs it ought to be a legitimate fit for Flight Simulator.

Microsoft has said it’s chipping away at including support for other VR headsets after dispatch, yet there’s no word on which headsets or when that help will appear.

With the game set to dispatch surprisingly fast, yet the Reverb G2 still not appearing with an official dispatch date, we have an inclination it’ll be somewhat of a stand by in any case.

Microsoft Flight Simulator ought to be intriguing enough even without VR in any case. It’s been constructed utilizing a blend of man-made consciousness, procedural age innovation and smart programming to let clients fly around a sensible variant of our reality.

That insight incorporates ongoing climate reproduction and air traffic data separated into the game that permits players to fly through genuine occasions. Add to this 37,000 air terminals, 1.5 billion buildings, 2 million trees, all way of planes to fly and you have a vivid flight sim experience.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is accessible to purchase in different forms and will come by means of Xbox Game Pass for PC also.