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Get VR Ready – A Guide to Flight Simulator v1.80 Now Available

We start 2021 with a brand new free update to A Guide to Flight Simulator which now covers an introduction to VR, suitable hardware and how you can get the best performance from the new feature.

VR was a much-requested feature for Microsoft Flight Simulator and we’re pleased to bring you our first rendition of how to get yourself started with the technology.

For us, VR is still a new concept and something we’re keen to learn more about. As such, this is the first of a few updates we have planned for introducing you to VR. We are confident that the additional pages to our definitive guide will give you a great start at understanding the technology, how to get great performance and helping you know which software you need to get the most out of it.

You can download version 1.80 of A Guide to Flight Simulator from your account now. The files have been sent to other stores so be sure to check where you originally purchased the guide from to get your download.

If you don’t own A Guide to Flight Simulator, you can pick it up right now and get all the information you need about VR, plus so much more.

A Guide to Flight Simulator is now over 260-pages long. Our next update, version 1.90, will focus on the upcoming World Update III which covers the UK and Ireland.

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A Guide to Flight Simulator Changelog

V1.80 | Release Date: 13JAN2020

NEW – Virtual Reality recommended hardware
NEW – Virtual Reality performance settings
NEW – Virtual set-up tutorial and guide
ADDED – Changelog information
ADDED – Latest sim update information


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