The new Microsoft Flight Simulator is an immersive PC game, so how much immersive sensory experience can you bring in a virtual reality environment? Maybe you won’t have to wait too long, Microsoft has just launched a closed test registration campaign for virtual reality experiences.
However, to participate in the sealing activities, you need to have some conditions. First you need not only this game, a headset camera for Windows Mixed Reality, but also an Insider registered NDA for Microsoft Flight Simulator, and a more powerful PC than a mainstream game console (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 and later, 16GB of memory).
Also, you need to prove that your PC is qualified by submitting your DxDiag (press your Windows Start button, type “dxdiag” and press Enter), so That Microsoft can confirm these specifications and that your system is not prone to blue screen or other major system errors.
It’s worth noting that Microsoft initially said that only certain headers (HP Reverb G2) would get a sealing experience, but now any eligible Windows Mixed Reality can be sealed.