Microsoft Flight Simulation is arguably one of Microsoft’s most ambitious projects of recent time, as evidenced by the game’s presentation at the XO19 conference. The concept of the game is not only fascinating, but its realistic satellite imagery is also impressive. According to a player who viewed the demo during a game demo, Microsoft Flight Simulation requires 32GB of available memory and RTX 2080 Ti to run perfectly. Microsoft Flight Simulation X019 demo:
A Reddit player who was lucky enough to experiment with Microsoft Flight Simulation Demo during XO19 also checked the specifications of the demo PC with surprising results. According to his post, the game runs the PC configured to RTX 2080 Ti plus 32 GB of memory and i7 processor (should be 9700k).
Although the current “Microsoft Flight Simulation” PC configuration has not been announced, but the configuration of 32GB plus 2080ti does sound a bit scary, but given that this work contains super realistic images of the Earth, perhaps this game is really very “eat configuration”, and not to say whether 32G memory really needs, The 11G memory graphics card also seems to be more than enough.
But anyway, it’s only natural to use a high-end PC to demonstrate the full-scale realistic effect of Microsoft Flight Simulation, and if only an entry-level PC demo is used, it’s not going to be sprayed again.
Interestingly, the concept of Microsoft Flight Simulation goes far beyond what we know as a simulation game. The project’s director, Jorge Neumann, toldmedia PCGamesN that they can simulate real-life events, such as adding Amazon fires. Jorg Neumann also said that in order to be able to get a fully authentic view of the Earth in the game, it will be five years before the positioning technology can keep up.
Microsoft Flight Simulation will be released in 2020 and will be available on PC and Xbox One.