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    Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    And it will be available via Steam on 18th August, its launch date, pre-orders now open.
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    Re: Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    Only the government would risk buying 10 double sided DVDs

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    Re: Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    VR Support fro WMR? I'm IN!

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    Re: Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    The 10 DVD set surprises me. I would have thought that if there was a physical release (although I certainly didn't expect there to be one), it would have been on a Blu-Ray disc.

    Have Blu-Ray drives just not taken off over the years as a PC optical drive?

    Back to expecations though, even more expected would have been to just be a launcher of some sort on a single DVD, with the content all having to be downloaded anyway and simply being a glorified digital key.

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    Re: Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    LDN Heathrow hand crafted airport in the Premium Deluxe edition, welcome to the world of data analytics and pricing models.

    MFS does look good though, pleased its getting VR support hopefully heli's are next up on the wishlist list.

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    Re: Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    thanks Forskolin Kaufen

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    Re: Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    Let's enjoy flights when real one is not possible..

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    Re: Microsoft Flight Simulator will get VR support this autumn

    I just found out the game is DX11 still.. this probably partly explains why CPU demand gets much worse on higher settings, and I expect there'll be an AMD GPU penalty as their command list handling in DX11 isn't as efficient.

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