In case you were at the same time sitting tight tranquility for the virtual reality features that Microsoft ensured in 2016, by then I have some horrendous news for you. In the midst of E3 last week, Microsoft’s head advancing officer for gaming, Mike Nichols, told GamesIndustry.biz that the association had no plans to fulfill that certification.
“We don’t have any plans specific to Xbox underpins in virtual reality or mixed reality,” Nichols told GamesIndustry.biz.
This contention with a certification that Microsoft made two years back when Xbox supervisor Phil Spencer told The Verge that the Xbox One X (by then altogether known as Xbox Scorpio) would reinforce “[the kind of] awesome VR that you see happening in the PC space.”
The landing of the Xbox One X voyaged all over with no news of VR mix, be that as it may, in the mean time, Microsoft made strides toward VR and mixed reality tech for PC gaming with the entry of the Windows Mixed Reality headsets for Windows 10.
According to Nichols, it seems like Microsoft may hold fast to this PC gaming a region for immediately.
“PC is undoubtedly the best stage for more immersive VR and MR … yet as it relates to Xbox, no,” he said.
Source: Tech Crunch