WFH hack: start a flight in Flight Simulator on your third monitor, have the AI takeover, and enjoy the flight while you work. pic.twitter.com/hzNWeXxmd5— Chris Gallello (@cgallello) August 21, 2020
Today, we embark on one of the world's longest flights in Microsoft Flight Simulator, but we are doing it from a real airplane cockpit.— Bruce Greene (@brucegreene) August 18, 2020
Los Angeles to Dubai.
Lots of mini alcohol bottles.
Piloting is easy, right?https://t.co/kSBusPLOU2 pic.twitter.com/bcAragP5L4
7,300 people watching @brucegreene and Boon take a nap while piloting a 16 hour flight from LA to Dubai in Flight Simulator what a time to be alive pic.twitter.com/4Zy9EjpDjH— Hutch (@hutchinson) August 19, 2020
Extremely insulted by MS Flight Simulator. It rendered our pride and joy of southeast Kansas -- Big Brutus, the largest electric shovel on earth -- into a little house.— Aric Toler (@AricToler) August 21, 2020
Top: Google Earth, Bottom: MS Flight Simulator. pic.twitter.com/wUvQcxiZVN
More minor, but interesting that they will render hay bales as a house too. Seems to be the default option for when the algorithm is confused by a large object. I'll pay for a $5 heavy machinery rendering DLC. pic.twitter.com/GHgZld54LZ— Aric Toler (@AricToler) August 21, 2020
The Microsoft Flight Simulator AI has done weird things to the area around the north pole. Feydakin_G, who took this screenshot, reports there's a strange repulsion force preventing players from getting near the ground at the geographic north pole. https://t.co/dVg0OIxF6W pic.twitter.com/6IwtdvGq5q— Janelle Shane (@JanelleCShane) August 21, 2020
Introducing Fright Stimulator, a new series where we tell scary stories using Microsoft Flight Simulator.— PC Gamer (@pcgamer) August 21, 2020
First up, we scour remote Siberia to find the location of the largest natural impact event in recorded history.
Watch the full episode here: https://t.co/O9M2HWwnnA pic.twitter.com/zZteJ0RkB4