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    When the Xbox One X was announced, Microsoft said it was designed to power high-fidelity VR. In 2018, there's not a word if the Xbox One X will ever support VR... but do you care?
    Microsoft previously touted VR as a feature for the Xbox One X, but the features are still AWOL. The last time we heard about the subject, gaming CVP Phil Spencer noted that they wanted wireless headset technology to proliferate before bringing VR to consoles, since draping wires all over your living room isn't a particularly great experience.
    Microsoft technically already has a platform that can support VR for Xbox One, in the form of UWP-based Windows Mixed Reality. Right now it simply doesn't work on Xbox One, but does it matter? A discussion is taking place on our forums right now on the topic.

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    04-05-2018 09:40 AM
  2. Canis Dazverov's Avatar
    I want VR for XBOX
    04-06-2018 04:41 AM

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