Microsoft Flight Simulator to get FSR and DSLL support

The studio behind Microsoft flight simulator has announced AMD FSR 2.0 and DSLL support for the game.

The news broke last week in a Q&A session hosted by the game’s developer, Asobo Studio (thanks, PC Gamer).

According to the game’s executive producer, Martial Bossard, both DLSS 2.0 and FSR 1.0 are slated for release with Update 10 in July, and work is underway to support FSR 2.0.

When FSR 2.0 support is expected has not been announced, but it appears to be “coming soon”.

Elsewhere in the Q&A, Jörg Neumann, head of Microsoft Flight Simulator, said he expects news about the next World Update to be revealed during the Microsoft keynote on June 12. You can also expect a “big surprise” in June.

A roadmap was shown during the Q&A, giving you an idea of ​​what to expect in the coming months. While many months are blacked out, some show at least some content coming between now and June.

In May you can expect updates for Italy and Malta, the Top Gun Maverick DLC on May 27th and a new aircraft. Coming in mid-June, you can expect World Update 10, Local Legend 5, and a July-September development roadmap in late June. Microsoft Flight Simulator to get FSR and DSLL support

Fry Electronics Team

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