Microsoft Flight Simulator VR support has been officially confirmed to be rolling out later this year, in the first update following the flight sim's launch.
Microsoft Flight Simulator VR Support will first roll out on the upcoming HP Reverb G2 headset before becoming available on other headsets on the market.
"There's some extra work to be done for some of the others. I mean, we're going to bring it to all the devices - all the common ones. It's just going to take a few more months after that", Microsoft's Jorg Neumann told website Eurogamer.
Microsoft Flight Simulator VR Support
Microsoft Flight Simulator VR Support will be added in a free update part of Microsoft and Asobo Studio's plan of having "a meaningful release every month".
After VR support lands, Microsoft Flight Simulator is set to receive one "world" and one "sim" free update before its first paid DLC releases. Two more free updates will bridge the gap between the simulator's first and second DLC.
Although we don't have a firm date for when Microsoft Flight Simulator VR support will become available on the HP Reverb G2 headset, we do know that the game is set to launch on August 18.
The title's closed beta is now underway, having added new aircraft, Track IR support and landing challenges.
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