Last week, the software giant updated its development roadmap (DR) for the upcoming Microsoft Flight Simulation game, and will have more partners on time. In addition to the first partners announced at last month’s X019 conference, the company pulled in aircraft partner CubCrafters and revealed its vision for the coming months. In addition, as Microsoft noted in its announcement last week, The second phase of Tech Alpha’s recruitment has officially ended.
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DR updates are announced through the Insider Area channel and can be seen by players who sign up as Insider testers. The new version is more comprehensive and provides more details about the Discovery Series.
This week’s focus was on the Microsoft Flight Simulation team’s visit to CubCrafters to discuss how to simulate its XCub model sin-over in-game.
Drawing on the experience of flying testing in display life can help make significant improvements to the simulated gaming experience.
These measures include fine-tuning parameters such as the engine’s power curve, the mass distribution of the fuselage, the control surface limit, and the support of the tail, and the CubCrafter test pilot is quite satisfied with the approximate reality experience of the in-game simulation.
In addition, as last week, Microsoft also thanked Reddit users for their help, such as netizens / u / horse–1899 for its excellent meme creation ability has been officially recognized.
If you’re sorry to miss Tech Alpha Phase 2 test recruitment, don’t be too discouraged, as another event is about to start in mid-January.