Microsoft Flight Simulator now supports most virtual reality headsets. If you have a SteamVR or OpenXR compatible headset, like an HTC Vive, Oculus, or Windows Mixed Reality, you can explore the world in VR by following the last update. Owners of Windows Mixed Reality headsets could first try the function as part of a closed beta, but now it’s open to everyone.
Along with virtual reality support, Asobo has added real-time snow and ice cover with Sim Update 2. Microsoft Flight SimulatorThe most interesting features of this software are its weather function, which aims to reproduce the conditions as they are in the real world at any given time. The live weather update should help deepen the immersion.