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October 7th, 2021 Development Update

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

Pre-release testing for Sim Update 6 has begun! If you are interested to see what’s coming in this update, we posted the tentative Release Notes for Sim Update 6 which you can find enclosed in this blog post.

September 30th, 2021 Development Update

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

We are kicking off our next flighting opportunity (Pre-release Testing) for Sim Update 6! This will be on a first-come-first-served basis and sign-ups will open tomorrow, October 1st at 5 am PT/8am ET (1200Z). We are looking for simmers to test on all three platforms: PC, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. Limited space is available on each platform.

Local Legends 1: Junkers Ju 52

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

The team is proud to announce a new series of releases called “Local Legends” that will frequently coincide with World Updates. These aircraft are famous in the region of the world update, but often are not as well known to a worldwide audience. For World Update VI, we chose a famous German plane from 1930 called the Junkers Ju 52, now available from the Marketplace.

September 23rd, 2021 Development Update

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

It’s officially fall in the Northern Hemisphere! Stay tuned for our next live Development Q&A on September 29th at 10:30am PT at twitch.tv/MSFSofficial.

Release Notes for Hotfix Version 1.19.9.0

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

Release notes for Hotfix Version 1.19.9.0 are now available. Please launch the Microsoft Store, Xbox App, or Steam to download the latest update!

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Local Legends 1: Junkers Ju 52

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

The team is proud to announce a new series of releases called “Local Legends” that will frequently coincide with World Updates. These aircraft are famous in the region of the world update, but often are not as well known to a worldwide audience. For World Update VI, we chose a famous German plane from 1930 called the Junkers Ju 52, now available from the Marketplace.


Community Spotlight: InTheBlueYonder

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

This week, we are happy to shine the spotlight on a true Renaissance Man from the world of flight: Brian “InTheBlueYonder” Murray. In addition to being a licensed pilot and owner of his own plane, he’s also a Twitch streamer, aviation podcast host, and Microsoft Flight Simulator mod creator who is currently building a full-scale VR cockpit that will be publicly unveiled at the upcoming Reno Air Races from September 15-19, 2021.  


New Simmers: 20 Must Fly Locations in the Sim from our Community

| Posted by: Microsoft Flight Simulator Team

So, you’ve had one day to install and boot up Microsoft Flight Simulator on your Xbox Series X|S. First thing you do? Fly over your house. Check. Of course, there are Discovery Flights, flight trainings, landing challenges, bush trips and more for you to explore, but you feel like doing your own exploring right now. What should you see first? Never fear! We asked the community what places they think you should fly to next and this is their top MUST DO list of activities.


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Microsoft Flight Simulator is getting its biggest update ever on PC today, thanks to a new patch that delivers significant performance improvements. The game has been notoriously demanding since its launch last year, but the team behind the simulator has been focusing heavily on improving its CPU and memory usage. PC players can now go ahead and download the latest update, and it should improve frame rates across a variety of hardware.

I’ve been testing the update for the past couple of weeks on my own PC, equipped with an Intel Core i9-11900K and Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 Ti, and the improvements are staggering even on top hardware. I use Microsoft Flight Simulator for benchmarks during our GPU reviews, and in the same section flying across Seattle, my frame rate has gone from an average of 45fps all the way up to 68fps. That’s more than a 50 percent leap with ultra settings enabled at 1440p.

Even flying across areas like New York City sees some impressive improvements, with my machine now managing to hit 80fps average in what’s typically a very demanding part of Microsoft Flight Simulator. The improvements are so surprising that I’ve had to double and triple check my settings to make sure I was actually running at ultra on everything.

Overall, the game now feels a lot smoother with less random fps drops than before. It should also be a lot more playable on a wider range of hardware as a result. Asobo, the developer of Microsoft Flight Simulator,demonstrated the game running on an older system with an Intel Core i7-9700K and an RTX 2060 Super earlier this month. Microsoft Flight Simulator jumped from around 30fps to nearly a solid 60fps on this PC with the patch, and CPU and memory utilization also dropped significantly.

“We have rewritten a lot of the parts of the engine ... in order to get the maximum performance out of the sim,” explained Asobo CEO Sebastian Wloch earlier this month. The team has been mainly working on CPU optimizations, and it’s clearly worked out well.

This has all been achieved without a move to DirectX 12, too. While a DirectX 12 version of Microsoft Flight Simulator launches on Xbox Series X / S today, the PC version will remain on DirectX 11. That leaves the door open for even more potential improvements in the future.

The upcoming move to DirectX 12 will also allow Asobo to introduce ray tracing in the game. Effects should include better water, improved shadows, and the usual reflections that are found in ray-traced games. Asobo has not yet confirmed when Microsoft Flight Simulator will move to DirectX 12 on PC.

“All the performance improvements come from just improving the simulator,” confirmed Wloch earlier this month. “PC has not yet moved to DirectX 12, the team is still working on it. It may bring improvements further, or not.”

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The best flight sims on PC

Microsoft’s newest incarnation of Flight Simulator has made us fall in love with the skies again. We're Googling for HOTAS setups and yokes and learning about ILS approaches. But it's also got us hungry for more. Flight Simulator is majestic, but but there are things it just doesn't have. Lock-on missiles, for example.

It’s got us Googling HOTAS setups and yokes (yes, you need pedals too). Searches for ILS approaches have spiked the world over. But Microsoft also got us hungry for more. 

This list of the best flight sims is dedicated to the breadth of experiences you can have in an imaginary cockpit, like dogfighting instead of cruising between airports. Or dogfighting, but in space. Or piloting a helicopter. There are some great flight games out there—play them to keep your HOTAS from getting sad and lonely. 

The best civilian flight sim: Microsoft Flight Simulator 

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Okay, before I get to the rest of those recommendations—this is the first game anyone with even a passing interest in flying planes should check out right now. Flight Sim 2020 feels like it’s skipped a generation and given us a glimpse into a future built from cloud AI grunt and, oh, just the entire world’s map data. Petabytes of it. 

Azure AI and Bing Maps combine to create a world map that even those completely ambivalent to a Cessna’s power-down procedure are drawn to explore. It’s rich and gorgeous, if not quite perfect, but if anything its glitches, like the lone 600-storey house in Melbourne Australia, add to the thrill of exploration. 

The flight model’s rewarding for those using a pad, but it’ll definitely feel more immersive the more bespoke peripherals you throw at it.

The best space combat game: Elite Dangerous 

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How Frontier Developments must have laughed when we all struggled to get our heads around Flight Sim 2020’s 1:1 scale replica of Earth. They did, after all, manage a 1:1 scale replica of our entire milky way in Elite Dangerous, and they released it before 2014 was over and done with. 

Granted, you can’t fly over your house, but what you can do is genuinely too varied to detail. Suffice to say the combat gets very intense with a good HOTAS setup, and even moreso if you’re in VR.

But there's so much more to do. Trucking and trading. Soon, even getting out of the cockpit. There’s a stoic satisfaction to just nailing a docking procedure or successfully navigating the yawning black infinity and landing at the hunk of rock you actually intended to. Preposterously vast in scope and wonderfully accomplished in the small details, this is a flight sim for ‘big picture’ types. 

The best dogfighting game: War Thunder 

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There are also tanks and naval vessels blowing each other to smithereens below you, but in War Thunder the real joy has always been aerial combat. 

Part of what makes the experience is the sense of ownership, which is an ironic thing to say about a free-to-play game. But rather than just picking a plane out of the hangar, you really invest in hardware, upgrading it over time and learning its quirks in the skies. 

The other part is a truly detailed combat model which simulates armour penetration on a level that even real bullets probably can’t be bothered with. When you actually shoot another plane out of the sky in War Thunder, you know you’ve really pulled off something to be proud of. 

The most realistic flight sim: X-Plane 11

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Hoo boy. This will be a contentious denomination for a while, but in the current state of release of both sims, X Plane-11 simply goes into more detail than Flight Simulator 2020. ATC, in particular, has a full working model that many professionals have used as a training aid, and particulars like fuel burn and engine behaviour at precise angles of ascent are modelled with greater precision. 

Of course, X-Plane 11 has the advantage of a vast modding database and a passionate community, so we’ll see where this debate goes as Flight Simulator 2020 enjoys user-created content of its own, but if you’re prepared to trade off some of the gorgeousness for detail and add-on options, this is the one.

The best arcade combat flight sim: Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown 

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This is about as different as it gets from X Plane 11. Ace Combat is bonkers, and yes, you can control its planes with one hand while cooking dinner with the other and holding a phone call on speakerphone. To even begin to attempt any understanding of its plot is to stare at madness itself. But simplicity and eccentricity are no bad things. 

It has such an eye for spectacle, from absurd experimental planes spewing drones at you to perfectly timed collapsing building, as if they were waiting for Michael Bay’s cue when you fly past. These flourishes make every mission memorable and challenging. There’s a hangar full of authentic planes, too, whose loadouts are customisable to the nth degree. 

The best space flight simulator: Kerbal Space Program 

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This one’s a bit different, isn’t it? For as much as it’s a game about cute big-eyed characters getting into slapstick escapades, it’s also probably the most rigorous simulation of actual rocket science we’ve ever had. Anyone with Scott Manley vids in their YouTube suggestions bar can attest to how incredibly detailed the simulation of ballistics, drag, gravity, and other things I wasn’t paying attention to in physics lessons gets here. 

The twist is that you’re not just hopping into a spacecraft, but also devising it beforehand too, which makes eventual success feel like a truly tremendous accomplishment. We’d like to see you try and match that, Flight Simulator 2020.

The best helicopter flight sim: Digital Combat Simulator World

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There’s a commonly repeated falsity that helicopters shouldn’t be able to fly, and if you ever want to know where the origins of the notion came from, load up DCS and have a go in a UH-1. After a few minutes spent trying to wrestle its opposing forces into something resembling sustained flight, the only natural conclusion to draw is that little pods suspended by whirling blades have been a massive hoax all along. 

DCS does much more than rotor-blade flight, providing one of the most detailed combat flight sim experiences out there in spite of its advancing years (the original version dates back to 2008). But the helis are particularly well done here.

The best flight sim that isn’t really a flight sim at all: The Crew 2

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Can it train a budding pilot to understand the interior of an airliner cockpit? Not in a million years. In fact, a good portion of The Crew 2 is spent very much on land, in a car, nowhere near a jet engine or a wing. Still, though—and hear me out on this—when it comes to virtual tourism, it’s up there with Flight Simulator 2020. 

The Crew 2's condensed version of America is a wonderful thing to explore by air, particularly with a few mates in co-op. Take in the sights, do a few loop-de-loops, race to this landmark or that, and when you get bored, transform into cars or boats at the press of a button. Unique, imperfect, and still a curiosity worth shouting about. 

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