Flight Simulator gets long-awaited DLSS support for PC with today’s Sim Update 10

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Developer Asobo has released its latest sim update for the majestic Microsoft Flight Simulator, which among other things brings long-awaited DLSS support to PC.

As well as DLSS anti-aliasing and upscaling, Sim Update 10 is said to offer improvements in “stability, performance and memory usage” for those using Flight Simulator’s in-development Direct X12 support, according to Asobo – although it does note that the new Memory allocation will not be enabled until Nvidia is enabled Next GPU driver will be released.

Elsewhere in today’s update, moving boats in the world now have a wake effect on PC, there’s a new cloud layer system – said to “provide more vertical precision at low altitudes to better reflect the different cloud heights and thicknesses near the ground ‘ – plus a number of quality of life features for Flight Simulator’s VFR map.

The 40th Anniversary Edition of Microsoft Flight Simulator will be released in November.

Those looking for a full rundown of today’s sim additions and changes should check out the in-depth Asobo’s sim update 10 release notes.

It’s been a busy year for Microsoft Flight Simulator, of course, as Asobo has already released the Sims for free


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