Asobo Previews VR in New MSFS Development Update

Asobo has released its December 17th, 2020 Development Update, which among other things, has provided us with a lot more information regarding the implementation of VR in Microsoft Flight Simulator.

It’s been less than a month since Asobo officially announced VR support for MSFS via a Q&A live stream, and with the December 22nd release date quickly approaching, we now have a much better idea of what to look forward to, thanks to this new development update.

Alongside the new development update, Asobo has also published the 9th episode of its Feature Discovery Series, which focuses completely on Asobo’s development of VR compatibility for MSFS.

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Black Friday Sales Round-up 2020

With Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the Holiday season upon us, many developers have announced their sales to take part in the festivities. As per tradition, FSElite has gathered all the sales for you in this handy round-up post. We will be adding to this post as more developers announce their sales over the coming days. LatinVFR Starting off our
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RDPresets MSFS 2020 Guide Released

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RDPresets has released their Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 Guide. The guide is supposed to take you through everything you need to know about the new simulator, from installation and set-up to settings, features and tweaks you might want to use. The guide will help you maximise performance or get the best possible visuals out of your system. According to the
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Exclusive: Orbx LOWI Innsbruck Airport For Microsoft Flight Simulator

Exclusive Orbx Innsbruck Airport For Microsoft Flight Simulator
Incase you missed our live stream earlier today, we've captured some exclusive raw footage featuring Orbx's Innsbruck Airport (LOWI) for Microsoft Flight Simulator. Video was captured using Ultra settings at 1440p, exported at 1080p. It should be noted that these previews are from a pre-release build from Orbx and these previews do not indicate an immediate release as no release
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Drzewiecki Design Previews MSFS Airport

Scenery developer Drzewiecki Design share previews of their progress regarding MSFS on their Facebook page. The developer is known for their P3D, FSX, and X-Plane 11 sceneries which all show extensive work on airport objects and texture detail. The developer is currently working on a test airport in MSFS, giving them a head start in releasing future MSFS compatible products.
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UK2000 Roadmap

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UK2000 took to their Facebook Page recently and gave us some exciting news regarding their plans going forward. This includes the release of Glasgow 2020HD and many other projects predicted for the year.

First off, UK2000 has confirmed that they are indeed developing the Isle of Man (EGNS) for FSX, P3D, and X-Plane11. The airport used to be known as RAF Ronaldsway during the Second World War. In 1948, the Isle of Man Government purchased the airfield from the Royal Navy and fully converted to a civilian airfield. The island is also well known for the extremely dangerous Isle of Man TT which is an annual motorcycle event. The course spans for 37 miles (60KM) of hills, bumps, corners all of which are residential. Many consider it to be the most dangerous racing event in the entire world.

As mentioned above, Glasgow 2020HD (EGPF) will also be coming very soon for FSX, P3D and XP11. UK2000 has stated that a July or August release date should be expected. Other airports being announced are the Edinburgh 2020HD airport (EGPH), Gatwick 2020HD (EGKK) is also on this list of airports getting redesigned. Stansted (EGSS), Cardiff (EGFF), and the East Midlands (EGNX) will all receive 2021 updates. Unfortunately, these 3 airports, that being Stansted, Cardiff, and East Midlands will be pushed back due to confirming scenery releases and delays in releasing products. This is because of the UK2000 team has been pushed 1 month behind from their original schedule for P3Dv5 compatibility. So they are trying to get all their sceneries compatible with Version 5

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Happy New Year from the FSElite Team

Around the world, the clock is striking midnight on the start of 2020. The start of a new decade is also the start of a new era for flight simulation. Whilst I'm not going to go into too much detail in this post, I think it's obvious that the new year will bring a new wave of flight simulator enthusiasts,
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Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition Beta Branch

In a totally surprise announcement, Microsoft shared that Microsoft Flight Simulator X: Steam Edition has received a new beta update. The update can be enabled through Steam by opting-in into the beta. This beta branch has been made available so the Microsoft team can obtain valuable telemetry data that will help them in the development of their new flight simulator,
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FlightSimExpo 2020 Announced For Las Vegas

We have barely concluded FlightSimExpo 2019, and some of us are still on their way home, but that did not stop the organisers of the event to plan ahead for next year. With a brief plan announced on Twitter, the team announced that FlightSimExpo 2020 will be held in Las Vegas, just like FSExpo 2018. The venue is still being
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