Microsoft and Asobo have released the tenth major update for Microsoft Flight Simulator. According to the release notes, this new update adds support for NVIDIA’s DLSS tech. Moreover, it brings a number of DX12 improvements.
As Asobo noted, DirectX 12 support is currently in development and can show performance and GPU memory utilization regressions compared to DirectX 11. Due to higher GPU memory consumption, the simulator may be oversubscribing memory, which negatively impacts performance.
It’s also worth noting that this patch adds support for DLSS 2 and not for the newly announced DLSS 3. Asobo will add support for DLSS 3 in a future patch.
Update 10 also features numerous stability fixes and improvements. Furthermore, it comes with improvements, tweaks and changes to the weather, UI, Devmode, SDK, and more.
As always, Steam and Microsoft Store will download this update the next time you launch their clients. Below you can also find its complete changelog.
Microsoft Flight Simulator Update 10 Release Notes
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