As promised, Microsoft released the virtual reality update for Microsoft Flight Simulator. According to the company, the game is now compatible with a wide range of VR devices, including most Windows, Oculus, Valve, and HTC headsets.
In addition, this latest update adds two new training missions that will help us take off and land with the Airbus A320neo. Live Weather data with Meteo blue was also enhanced to provide real-time snow and ice coverage, which should further increase the immersion of the game.
It is worth noting that the December patch fixes several issues, such as a crash that could occur with some standard animations of air traffic planes.
The Microsoft simulator was undoubtedly a success, and it is that it continues to break records: Since it was launched, MFS surpassed 2 million players and 5,500 million KM flown, crazy.
As for what’s to come, the next major update to Microsoft Flight Simulator is scheduled for January 28, 2021 , which will add 60 new points of interest in Britain, including new airports.