A major update to Microsoft Flight Simulator was introduced this week, with improved performance as one of its main focuses. According to the release notes, added "improved multi-core CPU support," as well as "better memory and GPU usage" and "faster load times." In addition, "stuttering has been significantly reduced." This all sounds great, but unfortunately the update has also caused the game to crash on the desktop for some players, even on the menu. This is not so fantastic.
The subreddit contains several posts in the line "The new update has increased performance, unfortunately this is not useful because now I can't play for 5 minutes without falling to the desktop"or deploying the file usual memes. The tone of the posts on the official forum has been less playful, despite this.
The last development update notes that a quick fix that addresses the issue will be ready tomorrow (eight in the morning, 8 a.m., July 30), with solutions for "multiple blockages," including those related to AI traffic. offline ".
A community manager announced the review while it was pointed out last week, there was a shift in the forum with an increase in "users attacking each other, threats being made to each other and some general rudeness". From now on, the forum will have a zero tolerance policy and users who are rude to other users will have a 30-day silence period. The community manager concludes, "There is absolutely a way to have a civil discussion about Flight Simulator without name calls, baseless threats or harassment."