'Flight Simulator' on Xbox will support VRR for better frame rates

During Microsoft’s E3 2021 showcase on Sunday, we got a good look at Flight Simulator running on an Xbox Series X, but missing from the trailer was context on how the game will perform on consoles. We now have an answer. In a Twitter response spotted by Eurogamer, Microsoft confirmed the Series X and S would target a base 30 frames per second. However, if you happen to own a relatively recent TV set that features an HDMI 2.1 connection and support for a variable refresh rate, the game will go above 30 fps.

Eurogamer also spotted a FAQ that provides additional on how the console version of Flight Simulator

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