Microsoft Flight Simulator gets VR Support from today

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This year's best simulator and possibly the most realistic commercial Sim to exist, Microsoft Flight simulator gets a game-changing update today that will bring a whole new layer of immersion to the experience. That's right VR support is now available for Microsoft Flight simulator. VR support for the simulator comes thanks to community feedback in which the team said they are thankful for as this allows them to continually improve on the game.

Supported VR headsets for the update include Windows Mixed Reality headsets (including the HP Reverb G2), Oculus, Valve, and HTC headsets. The Microsoft Flight Simulator team have stated they wanted to make this update as accessible as possible to as many VR players as possible. Microsoft Flight Simulator is available on the Microsoft Store, Steam and Xbox Games Pass PC. Will you be climbing into the VR cockpit? Join us on our social media pages below and let us know in the comments on this post

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