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Re: MSFS VR

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 12:25
by Steve M
Hi Brian
Not so much motion sickness when I first started using VR but a feeling of movement but that has now gone in normal flying.
I find when flying Helo's which is much easier in VR that when hovering to land I still feel as though I am moving with the aircraft.
I have tried a driving game in VR and I just can't do that!. It had me reaching for a bucket every time

Steve M

Re: MSFS VR

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 14:51
by DaveG
Same here. Can fly all day in vr no problem, but 5 minutes in a car sim and I'm feeling sick.

Re: MSFS VR

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 16:02
by robcarrich
Not thought about VR until I read this thread.
Had a look on Amazon but I don't know enough about them to make a choice.
What do I need for MS 2020?
Any help would be much appreciated.

Re: MSFS VR

Posted: 12 Jan 2021, 22:43
by Steve M
Hi Rob
I believe all of the current generation headsets will work in 2020.
The headset comes with its own drivers and software and most simulators such as P3D MSFS 2020 X-Plane and DCS have their own built in interface which works with VR whan activated in sim.

Steve M

Re: MSFS VR

Posted: 13 Jan 2021, 06:25
by chrispbits
I don't tend to get motion sickness unless flying "high G" maneuvers in a fast jet. And after a particularly heavy night over Christmas!

Re: MSFS VR

Posted: 15 Jan 2021, 23:50
by chrispbits
I now have a Quest 2. It has been hijacked by others to play Beat Sabre. Hopefully I'll get a chance to use it for MSFS before the weekend is out. I'll let you know how it works out ( with MSFS that is).