Microsoft Flight Simulator PC System Requirements Revealed

April 27, 2020 at 5:37 AM in Digital Download News, Gaming News with no comments
Microsoft Flight Simulator System Requirements

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The Microsoft Flight Simulator PC system requirements had been recently shared by Microsoft. Fans of the game can now prepare their rigs to be able to run the game. The most notable in the list is that the game needs 150 GB of HD space.


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With the game’s promised feature, 150 GB is probably enough. To compare, quite a lot of AAA games do require the same amount of space.

According to Microsoft Flight Simulator’s developer, the game offers 37,000 realworld airports, amazing visuals, realtime air traffic, and realworld flight paths around the globe. The mentioned file size needed is probably equal to the quality of the mentioned features.

If the huge HD space already shocked you, get to know what the rest of the Microsoft Flight Simulator PC system requirements are below:

Microsoft Flight Simulator PC system requirements

The minimum requirements include a Ryzen 3 1200 CPU or an Intel i5-4460; the GPU needed is a Radeon RX 570 or an Nvidia GTX 770. The recommended specs would be a CPU of either Ryzen 51500X or Intel i5-8400 and a GPU of Radeon RX 590 or Nvidia GTX 970.

The developers also included their ideal requirements which are a Ryzon 7 Pro 2700X or Intel i7-9800X for the CPU. The GPU is a Radeon VII or an Nvidia RTX 2080. There should be 8GB of VRAM, 32 GB of RAM, and the HDD still is 150 GB but an SSD.

Players would still have some time to perfect their rigs for the game as no official launch date has been given for it.

Microsoft Flight Simulator is set to launch for PC and Xbox One.

 

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