Microsoft recently released a new trailer for Microsoft Flight Simulation, showing the game’s realistic, stunning winter snowy environment. Microsoft Flight Simulation, created by Asobo Studios, a French developer of Plague Legends: Innocence, will capture vast amounts of data (over 2 gigabytes) from Bing Maps in the cloud, while Microsoft’s Azure AI uses photographic measurement technology to generate photo-level models of real Earth.
Instant weather data is also used, so if the player is somewhere in the game world, just as it is raining heavily in the real world, the player will experience heavy rain in the game world.
Microsoft Flight Simulation supports VR and ray-tracing on PCs, and xbox games are likely to be released later.
Microsoft Flight Simulation has identified working with real-world aircraft manufacturers:
Diamond Aircraft Industries