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MSFS - Xbox Series X|S Gameplay Trailer

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Available 27 July 2021 on the Xbox Series X|S (available for pre-order and pre-load now), with a free Top Gun: Maverick expansion arriving in the autumn.

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4 minutes ago, ChaoticBeauty said:

with a free Top Gun: Maverick expansion arriving in the autumn.

They showed a Carrier launch (with deck hands!) and an F-18 Super Hornet.

So I wonder if they're finally porting/recreating some of the FSX Acceleration features

 I hope this means better supersonic flight physics.

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Dude how are you so fast? Water effects finally coming! Ground particle effects as well for that matter. Top Gun hype!!!!!

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Certainly looking impressive.. good detail and performance 😉

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Looks very impressive, MSFS might be about to take another massive leap, I particularly liked the particle effects from after 47 second of the video.

Thanks for the post @ChaoticBeauty 

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Yess. Proper water starts?

 

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Would if I could - can't get an XSX in Australia. Would that be a DX12 rendering?


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1 minute ago, Highmike said:

Would if I could - can't get an XSX in Australia. Would that be a DX12 rendering?

I could be mistaken, but I believe the X-Box is DX12 only, so yes.

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I nearly screamed at the Top Gun visuals. The Ace Combat fans on Xbox who don't have a PC will welcome this openly. Well played Microsoft. Well played!

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So MSFS Xbox is releasing on the 27th July, not too long to wait.

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5 minutes ago, Tuskin38 said:

I could be mistaken, but I believe the X-Box is DX12 only, so yes.

Yes it's dx12 only 

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Looks like msfs is about to raise the bar again. The water effects look amazing!

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Impressive!  Seems like DX12 is looking good.  People in the freeware community like ANN0V have got a mention, so this bodes well.

My favourite military is the Super Hornet, so I am really pleased by that, and the carrier.  A bit of a bombshell really.  It looks like they have been waiting for DX12 to get the particle effects right, and they are certainly looking good - water wakes, smoke, snow spray.

Do you think we will get a flyable version of that black ops jet that flew over (Aurora?).  :biggrin:

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Wakes and wheel FX.

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3 minutes ago, bobcat999 said:

Impressive!  Seems like DX12 is looking good.  People in the freeware community like ANN0V have got a mention, so this bodes well.

My favourite military is the Super Hornet, so I am really pleased by that, and the carrier.  A bit of a bombshell really.  It looks like they have been waiting for DX12 to get the particle effects right, and they are certainly looking good - water wakes, smoke, snow spray.

Do you think we will get a flyable version of that black ops jet that flew over (Aurora?).  :biggrin:

I don't think they'd have something that unique from the movie without it being flyable.

You can see Tom Cruise strapped into it in the movie trailers, he has to wear a pressure suit, so it's a high altitude plane like the SR-71.

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