VR controller assist for Microsoft’s Flight Simulator is ‘being labored on’, Eurogamer studies in an interview article.
Asobo Studio shipped assist for VR headsets on December 22, however you’re restricted to utilizing a mouse + keyboard, gamepad, or flight stick. A stick is the best method to play in fact, nevertheless it does make organising the sport and navigating menus a considerably awkward trial.
The studio hasn’t but detailed how VR controller assist will work. At minimal, it ought to allow you to navigate the sport’s menus extra simply with a laser pointer. Hopefully it additionally brings assist for instantly interacting with cockpit controls together with your hands- we’ve seen already this in video games like VTOL VR & Aerofly FS 2.
Within the Eurogamer interview, head of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann additionally spoke of the hassle required to get VR working easily: “With VR it’s worthwhile to be actually disciplined. We’ve discovered many gigabytes, and it’s already fairly a bit higher.“
That stated, we’ve heard widespread studies of VR efficiency points on even the very best finish hardware. A recreation with the sheer variety of objects and superb particulars like this was by no means going to run on most PCs, however we’ll preserve testing with every new patch to see if Microsoft can pull off some magic for VR customers.
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