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VR support in Microsoft Flight Simulator is set to go live on December 22, and it will work on all current VR headsets out there -- from Oculus to Valve to HTC. The full game, including menus, will be accessible from within VR too -- and with Flight Simulator being one of the most impressive sims ever released, no doubt this will be amazing to experience with future-goggles on.

Though we would have liked to see this coincide with a DirectX 12 and performance patch, as the game still punishes PCs - and for VR a high frame-rate is key.



In terms of other updates, in addition to the big and stunning USA World Update (seen above) and the Japan update, the next region set to be upgraded is Great Britain which will overhaul its depiction using new high-res data and more hand-crafted airports. That's due for release in January.

Still no word yet on the expected Xbox Series X release though we assume that has to be on the cards for next yet sometime. As one of the best games/sims/experiences of 2020 -- Microsoft Flight Simulator is something that will continue to grow for years to come.




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