Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is a demanding game and it needs quite the PC to run it comfortably. If you don't have a PC yet dedicated to gaming, you'll want to pick from one of these to really bring the cockpit to life.
Microsoft is rolling out a major update to Microsoft Flight Simulator. The update brings dramatic visual improvements to the UK and Ireland within the game, including adding castles, landmarks, and football stadiums.
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Microsoft Flight Simulator is a visual showcase on PC, and is slated to come to Xbox Series X|S later this year. According to an interview with a dev, an Xbox One port may not be off the table yet, either.
You don't require a desktop PC to truly enjoy Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. We've rounded up some fine gaming laptops, like the excellent Razer Blade 15, that will more than happily let you take to the skies without a desk.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 has passed 2 million players. This news comes via an update on Xbox Wire. Currently available on PC, Microsoft Flight Simulator is coming to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S in Summer 2021.
Microsoft Flight Simulator is a true gaming accomplishment on PC, setting the bar for all flight simulators moving forward. It's been long confirmed to be coming to next-gen consoles like the Xbox Series X|S eventually, but until now we haven't had a release date.
Having the best CPU you can afford installed will let you enjoy Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 at whole new levels. This is why we've rounded up the best picks from AMD and Intel to help you get started.