A look at Las Vegas, on the other hand, suggests that an apocalypse has taken place there, because half the city and the streets are overgrown with gigantic trees and nature, as Techcrunch reports. Other bugs include traffic lights on runways that curve through airports at airports, but also bridges that seem underwater. However, if the 3D renderings work – such as in cities like Barcelona, Berlin, San Francisco, New York and Seattle – the visualization is breathtaking.
Flight simulator with virtual glasses
In addition to a version for the Xbox, Microsoft will also be able to play the flight simulator using virtual glasses. Initially, only the HP Reverb G2 is supported, which was developed jointly by Microsoft, Valve and HP and will be available from autumn. At the start, Microsoft will offer the flight simulator in three different versions, which differ in their scope of aircraft and airports.
The Standard Edition for 70 euros includes 20 aircraft and 30 international airports. With the Deluxe Edition, which costs 20 euros more, you also get 5 planes and 5 airports. Microsoft is adding this number to the Premium Deluxe Edition, which will come on the market for 120 euros. Microsoft offers an overview of the respective models and airports on its website.