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  1. The Pimax 8K-X have 4K screens per eye and 170 degree horizontal FOV (will release in december 2019). My 2080Ti/9900K combo can run this. In one year (when MSFS2020 is released) I can upgrade my 2080Ti .... so running dual 4K screens in VR is doable. And what about the VR hardware in 2 years - and still no VR support in MSFS2020? I will ignore the "Nice attempt though at being provocative" insult.
  2. There is hope for everybody, including those with not the latest GPU/CPU hardware. MS just need to make sure Asobo implement VR support in this flagship flight simulator before launch. It will be embarrassing to release this super advanced high tech software with no VR support in 2020 - remember the release is (at least) 1 year from now. The CP/GPU and VR harware will improve until then. But, the VR hardware is today 'good enough' as a bare minimum in my opinion (Valve Index, HP Reverb, Pimax 5K+/8K+/8K-X, HTC Vive Pro, Odyssey +)
  3. You may be right about that it is not straightforward for Asobo to implement VR in MSFS2020. Asobo better start VR implementation now so that it is ready at launch. Perhaps Microsoft needs to motivate the development team? Developing a brand new modern flight simulator with no VR support? Really?
  4. Yes I have a nice system. This (simming) is my hobby, and I am old (I have money). I use a 2080Ti and 9900K. But a 1080Ti and a much lower CPU than 9900K will run FSX/P3D fine in VR. You just need to lower some (key) settings.
  5. I can run FSX/Prepar3D/XP11 fine in VR (Pimax 5K+) - and those sims have very bad performance. MSFS2020 will not perform worst than P3D/FSX - so VR performance in MSFS2020 will be "good enough" - most important is to actually support VR at launch.
  6. Really? This is huge! First they (Asobo) say "no VR at release, maybe later, maybe never". But, VR should be supported at launch - or delay the release until VR is implemented and ready.
  7. In a recent podcast with AV sim, Microsoft says this about VR: VR: Cannot say at the moment whether it will be there on first release but trying to prioritise it Well, this is better that "No VR at launch - and MAYBE it will come...some day, maybe" - but it is still not good enough - sorry MS. Microsoft need to say: "Yes, we listen to the community, Yes, native VR support will be in the simulator at launch"
  8. - VR: They cannot say at the moment whether it will be there on first release but they’re trying to prioritise it Really? So they actually listen? The simulator is not ready for release before native VR support is implemented.
  9. And what about VR support? Do they (Microsoft) have anyhing to say about VR and the lack of it?
  10. Yeah, it is madness - no VR support. The sim is now dead to me.
  11. This is insane! All this amazing new tech and no VR? I am extremely disappointed (even mad and word not allowed). All my excitement for MSFS2020 is now gone. I cannot go back to flat 2D monitor. The sim is now dead to me.
  12. Here is the video for you HiFlyer People (thrillseeker) do so many stupid things for click bait, and to get some attention to them self. ...
  13. The F-16 is very popular all over the world. More than 4600 units sold...
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