There have been multiple questions on all sorts of forums about Microsoft Flight Simulator and its support for multiple monitors. At this moment the game does not support multiple monitors, this has been said on Microsoft Answers by multiple people.
However there is a solution to be able to play on multiple monitors if you have an Nvidia video card and if the card supports Nvidia Surround.
How to play Microsoft Flight Simulator on multiple monitors.
- Start by opening NVIDIA Control Panel. You can do this by right-clicking your desktop and then choose NVIDIA Control Panel
- Once the NVIDIA Control Panel has opened, click on Configure Surround, Physx.
- Click the Span displays with Surround check box, then click Configure to open the NVIDIA Set Up Surround window.
- Configure your displays as needed using the NVIDIA Set Up Surround window.
You can now use NVIDIA Surround to span multiple displays and play Microsoft Flight Simulator 2020 on multiple screens. We hope this article helped you. We are currently investigating if AMD supports this feature as well.