Microsoft Flight Simulator Allows You To Go Anywhere In The World

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Microsoft Flight Simulator (Credits: Microsoft)

Microsoft Flight Simulator is one of the longest-running, best-known and most comprehensive home flight simulator programs on the market. It is something that makes the flying experience very enjoyable as well as very realistic. With the help of global satellite data and aerial imagery from Bing, and the power of Azure Cloud creates entire planet Earth. Moreover, this is very accurate that you, as a pilot, can navigate visually by following known roads, rivers, and lakes to find your way.

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If can literally go anywhere like to Mount Fuji, Great Wall of China. In order words, you can explore the world even without going outside. What brings the Microsoft Flight Simulator to like is Asobo Studio. The machine learning techniques that they developed help to augment Bing Maps and the power of Azure to detect elements like the location of trees in the world, add missing buildings, account for rooftop colors.

Microsoft Flight Simulator
Microsoft Flight Simulator (Credits: Microsoft)

This is all by examining data from Bing that than by using Azure to stream the data in real-time into Microsoft Flight Simulator to make what you’re seeing and flying over as accurate as possible. What it means is that while you’re flying, data will stream to your PC from the cloud to help fill in all the ground, sky, and weather details. This means that it will adapt to your available bandwidth. If you have a fast internet connection, the data will stream andmuch faster and closer to real-time.

But if your bandwidth is low, it automatically adjusts the amount of data downloaded to your machine. What’s more is the attention to detail that is in this game like the way clouds move and react to mountains, valleys, and hills. Or how the fog generates to create thick, dense layers for you to navigate through. Moreover, there is a day and night cycle in the game. The cockpit is made up of high-fidelity, 4K materials. The game will be releasing next year for the Microsoft Store and with Xbox Game Pass for PC.

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