Microsoft released the free Global Update 4 with France for Flight Simulator. To match that, the Xbox FR is now bringing out an elaborate desktop PC.
In addition to the free patches, there are also so-called global updates and simulations for Microsoft Flight Simulator. In Current Global Update 4, France and the Benelux countries of Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg get a detailed representation, where scenes like Notre Dame, the Arc de Triomphe or the Eiffel Tower are reproduced as realistically as possible. Although the whole world is available in Flight Simulator, the large parts are animated automatically by AI and are less detailed than the handcrafted game worlds. To celebrate the free update, Xbox France is now offering a desktop PC. The gaming computer sits in the turbine housing and combines the Z590 Aorus Elite AX with the Intel Core i7-11700K and Gigabyte’s Geforce RTX 3070. Who’s at Do you want to participate in the draw?, You need to follow Xbox FR on Twitter, retweet the post and leave a comment with the hashtag #MicrosoftFlightSimulator. It is not known how long the withdrawal will last.
When will DirectX 12 find its way to Microsoft Flight Simulator?
What is certain is that Microsoft Flight Simulator definitely requires a powerful PC. The DirectX 12 update should be rolling out for the PC release in the summer – and it’s not certain if this will really work. With sim updates, new features have been added to improve simulation, such as support for VR headsets. On the other hand, world updates ensure that certain parts of the game world are visually reviewed.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 has been on the PC market since Summer 2020. The Standard Edition It costs 70 euros, alternatively it is also at Xbox Game Pass for PC Included so that all subscribers can opt out. This version contains 20 airplanes and 30 “carefully selected” airports and is therefore designed in more detail than the other 37,000 airports in the game. More elaborate planes and airports are available for purchase in other, more expensive versions of the game and in the integrated market.
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Kit for pulling out a new desktop pc in a turbine enclosure:
- Suitable for World Update 4 version of Microsoft Flight Simulator Xbox France now pulls out of a new desktop computer in a turbine enclosure.
- Inside there is an Intel Core i7-11700K processor, which is found on the Gigabyte Z590 Aorus Elite AX and is supported by the Gigabyte Nvidia Geforce RTX 3070.
- The contest is taking place on Twitter, where you have to follow XboxFR, retweet the post and leave a comment using the hashtag #MicrosoftFlightSimulator.
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