Someone on Reddit posted a few images of Microsoft Flight Simulator, in which the images are compared to the same places in Real Life. I’ve gone through the images several times, and each photo surprises me. Its really hard to pick which one is real, or which one is from the game.

Actually some photos look better on the game. Here is a picture from New York’s Statue of Liberty. The game one has more sunset, so it is understandable why it is so yellowish. However, the photo detailing, and the buildings, trees, and clouds. They really look next level.

Microsoft Flight Simulator features a lot of new technologies that we have never heard about before. These start from Azure cloud processing tech, Bing satellite imagery, and live rendering which leaves no compromising in this game.

Microsoft Flight Simulator Gameplay Footages are Compared with Real Life

Microsoft Flight Simulator Release Date has not been announced. However, Microsoft says that the game will release this year. Last week we also heard about its system requirements, so take a look at it

Microsoft Flight Simulator minimum specs

CPU: Ryzen 3 1200 / Intel i5-4460
GPU: Radeon RX 570 / NVIDIA GTX 770
VRAM: 2GB
RAM: 8GB
HDD: 150GB
Bandwidth: 5 Mbps

CPU: Ryzen 5 1500X / Intel i5-8400
GPU: Radeon RX 590 / Nvidia GTX 970
VRAM: 4GB
RAM: 16GB
HDD: 150GB
Bandwidth: 20 Mbps

Microsoft Flight Simulator ideal specs

CPU: Ryzen 7 Pro 2700X / Intel i7-9800X
GPU: Radeon VII / Nvidia RTX 2080
VRAM: 8GB
RAM: 32GB
HDD: 150GB (SSD recommended)
Bandwidth: 50 Mbps

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