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What does it take to run the 2020 Microsoft Flight Simulator at full graphics?

It has been over 14 years since we have seen a new Microsoft Flight Simulator on the shelves, the last one was Microsoft Flight Simulator X in 2006. When Flight Simulator X was released, it was supposed to be the ultimate in flight simulators, with dynamic ground realism including moving cars and traffic, real-time weather and wild animals as you take a low flight over an African safari.

But there was a slight issue with Microsoft Flight Simulator X in that the game was it was ahead of its time. Most computers lacked heavily in hardware processing power, which forced its gamers to play in a lower graphics mode that wasn't as impressive.

The latest edition, Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 is no different, it's actually far more dependant on processing power and graphics than ever before! Not that the game is not worthwhile, but in order to really get an experience of the games full potential, you'll have to play it on one of the top gaming PC's available to date.

Take a look at the video below by YouTube channel, JayzTwoCents, on Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 - Running At Full Graphics.

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