Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 VR Beta
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 developer Asobo announced this week that sign-ups for its forthcoming VR closed beta have opened, and is set to begin later this month or early November. In addition to the game, participants are also required to have a compatible Windows Mixed Reality headset. Should you pass those steps, you’ll then have to submit your DxDiag to help Asobo pick the players most suited to each wave of its closed beta, and then agree to Microsoft’s NDA. Read more for two videos and additional information.



Unfortunately, if you do not have a compatible Windows Mixed Reality VR headset, Phase 1 of the beta will be out of the question, but Phase 2 is going to expanded to function with additional devices. Head of Microsoft Flight Simulator Jorg Neumann explained that Asobo has been working extensively on VR support for over a year now and describes the experience as “the single most immersive experience I’ve ever had”. Sign-up here.

Oculus Quest 2 — Advanced All-In-One Virtual Reality Headset — 64 GB
  • Next-level Hardware - Make every move count with a blazing-fast processor and our highest-resolution display
  • All-In-One Gaming - With backward compatibility, you can explore new titles and old favorites in the expansive Quest content library
  • Immersive Entertainment - Get the best seat in the house to live concerts, groundbreaking films, exclusive events and more
  • Quest 2 requires your Facebook account to log in, making it easy to meet up with friends in VR and discover communities around the world
  • Easy Setup - Just open the box, set up with the smartphone app and jump into VR. No PC or console needed. Requires wireless internet access and the Oculus app (free download) to set up device

Our goal for Microsoft Flight Simulator VR is to create an incredible and immersive experience. We are excited to share this with you and look forward to hearing your feedback! We want to continue to make this for our core audience and we can’t think of a better way than to have our core audience help us test,” said Microsoft.