Developer Asobo has released its latest Microsoft Flight Simulator simulation update, which includes long-awaited PC DLSS support.
In addition to DLSS anti-aliasing and upgrades, Asobo says Sim Update 10 should provide “stability, performance and memory usage” improvements for those using the Direct X12 support that Flight Simulator is developing – though it notes that the new memory allocator will only be available in Nvidia’s next GPU driver has been released.
Elsewhere in today’s update, the world’s moving ships now have wake effects for PC, with a new cloud system – said to “provide greater vertical accuracy at low altitudes to better reflect various cloud heights close to the ground” and thickness” – plus many quality-of-life features of Flight Simulator’s VFR maps.
Those looking for a complete rundown of today’s sim additions and changes should read Asobo’s Rich Sim Update 10 Release Notes.
Of course, it’s been a busy year for Microsoft Flight Simulator, with Asobo already rolling out a free Top Gun expansion for the sim in 2022 and various global-enhancing world updates. However, there are more upcoming World Updates, with Canada arriving later this month, followed by a massive free 40th Anniversary Edition update this November – dubbed a “full celebration of the franchise” – Launched gliders, helicopters, Airbus A310, etc.