Asobo Studio’s flight simulator improves its performance and fixes some of the reported problems in the interface, among other changes.
Asobo Studio has released Microsoft Flight Simulator Update 1.8.3 for PC. The video game from the French studio, a success on Xbox Game Pass for the computer during its first weeks available, now receives this patch to improve more problems reported by the community, which is gradually adapting to the experience initially promised.
Microsoft’s ambitious flight simulator can now apply this version 1.8.3 to polish bugs related to both GPU and CPU performance. Broadly speaking, in the notes of the march they mention a greater range of updates for ATC Azure, problems in the user interface and fixes of various kinds that affect the aerodynamics of the gameplay. Here is a list of the most important changes and improvements of the update, now available for download in both Xbox Game Pass and Steam users.
- Optimized view from the cab.
- New option available to control the screen refresh rate from the cockpit.
- Optimized charging system to reduce overall charging times.
- Airport scenes have been optimized to not impact the CPU as much
- The amount of GPU effort has been reduced to improve the overall performance of graphics processes.
- General memory and performance optimizations.
- Camera rotation system improvements
- Correction of errors in texts of some languages
- Fixed download pause issue during game installation
Microsoft Flight Simulator, rated in MeriStation with an outstanding note, is now available on PC via Steam and Xbox Game Pass. The game has become the biggest release in the history of the service on PC. The version for Xbox consoles has no approximate release date, but Asobo promises that it will be “as impressive” as the computer. These are the minimum and recommended requirements to play on PC.