Microsoft Flight Simulator will get DLSS support this year

Microsoft Flight Simulator players have a lot to look forward to this year, including what should be a significant boost to performance. Emulated games will get DLSS support in late 2022 when DirectX 12 mode arrives – which should be a boon for anyone playing on older hardware or at high resolutions.

The latest Developer Q&A live stream revealed some of the major milestones ahead for Flight Simulator. DLSS and DirectX 12 support is in the works “later this year,” but Asobo Studio didn’t provide any specifics on that update. However, when that feature set arrives, players will be able to render games at a lower resolution to boost performance while still enjoying the high-resolution visuals.

Looking ahead, World Update 7 will launch on January 31, with updated images and new points of interest in Australia. World Update 8 is slated for late March and will include a new update for the Iberian peninsula, including Portugal and Spain. The Sim 8 update is also coming in March and it focuses entirely on bug fixes.

You can watch the full stream here:

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