The game has received support for AMD FSR 2 and DLSS 3 on compatible hardware
Officially launched last Friday (11), Microsoft Flight Simulator 40th Anniversary Edition The famous flight simulator has brought more new content. A big update Contributed to a series of performance improvements This allows the game to make better use of the hardware of the computers used to play the game.
According to Asobo developers, the implementation of DirectX 12 needs to be improved so that the title consumes less VRAM resources to run🇧🇷 Additionally, the company claims that it has fixed some graphical artifacts that can occur when using cockpit view.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 40th Anniversary Edition also celebrated AMD FSR 2 high-end technology debut, which should bring images of higher quality. He also won the title DLSS 3 supportWhich should further improve its performance on systems that have an RTX 40 GPU installed.
Flight Simulator has improved accessory support
It also brought a big game update Improved accessory support Designed specifically for flight simulators. Now products like VelocityOne Flight Stick From Turtlebeach Alpha flight control With Honeycomb, pedals Charlie (also from Honeycomb) and TCA Sidestick X They have official flight simulator certification from Thrustmaster.
The 40th Anniversary Edition update also brought Improving the virtual reality system offered by the game🇧🇷 According to the developers, several changes have been made to the mod’s navigation interface, including Fixes for toolbars and for panels that may appear incorrectly.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 40th Anniversary Edition is now available for PC and Xbox Series X|S, bringing a number of new games to the title. In addition to improving maps and aircraft models, The update also brought access to helicopters, four classic commercial airports And some planes that come straight from previous chapters in the franchise.
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Source: PC Gamer