Windows Mixed Reality headsets get first dibs
The new Microsoft Flight Simulator is a vivid monster of a PC game, and we can just envision how vivid it may get in VR — however you probably won’t need to envision any longer, on the grounds that Microsoft has recently opened information exchanges (through Eurogamer) for a shut beta of the augmented experience insight.
There are many prerequisites in the event that you need to be thought of, however. In addition to the fact that you have to possess the game, have a Windows Mixed Reality headset, be an enrolled Microsoft Flight Simulator “Insider” and sign a NDA, you’ll need a marginally beefier PC than the base game — with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 or better brandishing 8GB of VRAM, just as 16GB of framework memory.
What’s more, you’ll have to demonstrate your PC qualifies by presenting your DxDiag (press your Windows start button, type “dxdiag”, hit Enter) so Microsoft can affirm those specs and that your framework isn’t inclined to BSODs or other significant framework blunders.
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