Microsoft Flight Simulator airplane simulator,recently released for computers, it is recognized as the most colorful gaming application with amazingly realistic graphics. However, to create great MSF renderings at 60 fps and High or Ultra settings, you need super-powerful builds of computers, the cost of which will make many gamers spend a lot of money. According to experts, the PC upgrade will cost players in the coming years in the amount of more than $ 2.6 billion.
Ability to work with Microsoft applicationFlight Simulator has been tested by DSOGaming. Experts have tested the possibility of reaching 60 fps at High or Ultra settings on a computer running on an Intel i9 9900K processor, NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti graphics card, 16 GB DDR4 RAM at 3600 MHz and NVMe SSD. As a result, even when overclocking the processor to 5 GHz, the computer was able to provide 30-50 fps at a resolution of 1440p. The experiment was carried out on 64-bit Windows 10 and the latest GeForce 451.67 driver.
While checking the capabilities of the computer, the authorsused the toughest scenario - a flight over New York. The game performs much better in less object-rich scenarios. According to testers, an increase in the amount of RAM to 32 GB is required for normal operation on the Ultra setting. It is also noted that the bottleneck is the processor.
In parallel, regardless of DSOGaming, analyticsJon Peddie Research has predicted the future financial cost of upgrading computers to run properly in the Microsoft Flight Simulator application. It is expected that over the next three years will be sold about 2.27 million copies of the game. Over the next three years, gamers looking to unleash the full potential of the game will continually improve their computers and spend over $ 2.6 billion for 60 fps at Ultra settings.
Released on August 18, Microsoft FlightThe Simulator has already received many positive reviews. The graphics of the simulator and the simplicity of the gameplay are especially appreciated, which allows players to "fly" without much experience.