As expected before, on August 18, the game flight simulator Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 was officially released. Immediately after reaching gamers, the 2 million GB blockbuster immediately became a buzzing topic by the gaming community, most gamers enjoyed Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 because of the game’s authenticity. However, due to the graphics dubbed “Crysis aircraft simulator version”, many gamers were bored when even the i9-9900K and RTX 2080 Ti combo collapsed before the 2 million GB “heavy game”. “Hey.
However, this “2 million GB” blockbuster game also suffers the same fate as other graphic titles when Youtuber LowSpecGamer turns the sharp graphics of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 with sleek airplanes. square blocks, look silly like cartoon style games.
YouTuber LowSpecGamer used Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020’s file system trick in Windows 10 to customize the game’s graphics settings. For example, he made all the plants into pixel graphics by adjusting the “VegetationLarge Enabled” command to O, or letting all the buildings in the game disappear with the “Building Enabled 0” command. Gamers can watch interesting pictures and videos of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 after being turned into “Minecraft graphics” through the hands of YouTuber LowSpecGamer here.
Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020
After adjusting the graphics of Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 to the lowest possible level, Youtuber LowSpecGamer used Ryzen 3200G CPU which comes with Vega 8 integrated graphics card to experience watching game heavy “2 million GB” can does it work on this super weak configuration? Initially there was a message stating that the other configuration level was not enough to get Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020, but after adjustment, Youtuber LowSpecGamer was able to play Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 on the integrated graphics card with FPS around 20 – 40FPS.
Unveiled in November last year, Flight Simulator 2020 is the heaviest airplane flight simulator in human history with a capacity of up to 2000 TB, or about 2,000,000 GB. According to developer Microsoft, they will rebuild the entire surface of the earth that people live in in Flight Simulator 2020, from cities, houses, buildings, airports, seaports … all will be re-imagined. via data from Bing map with an error of only 3cm.
Microsoft has partnered with Asobo to build the entire world, including about 1.5 billion buildings and trillions of trees into Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020. Players can even fly over houses own, even watching real landmarks and cities high above like real pilots, something that few people can do in real life.