Microsoft Flight Simulator always tries to make the users feel like a real pilot but still anyone hasn’t experienced it in the VR (Virtual Reality) mode. Now, there is great news for the people who are desperately waiting for Flight Simulator in VR as the Microsoft team has officially announced that the VR feature would be compatible first to the HP Reverb G2.
The new update includes windows mixed reality headsets and HTC Vive, Valve Index and Oculus Quest. Although Asobo Studio has already added the support for OpenXR compatible headsets, playing Flight Simulator in VR has no comparison. It is an unbelievable feeling.
The Simulator was built to achieve the three basic and important key goals which are authenticity of flight, accuracy and realism. The Microsoft Flight simulator has been available for our favourite headset which offers us immersive and deepest flight experience.
You can take advantage of OpenXR, whether you play this game on Window Store or stream. This summer, the developers of Asobo use a screen share feature to tease the VR mode. This could not be the best way to show off VR because these kinds of platforms require high refresh rates.
Asobos team has assured that VR mode is running well and the flight simulator community has been quite insightful and an active partner in shaping the process of how the team looks VR. They have promised to and some more features in its extended version.