An surprising message showing on the Xbox One Collection X/S platform might allude to doable VR help for the consoles sooner or later.
IGN Italy is reporting (and due to Ilja Z for level it out) that, when attempting to put in the brand new Xbox Wi-fi Headset on the platform, they have been greeted with a message that interprets from Italian to: “An replace for the VR headset is accessible” with extra textual content telling customers to “Replace VR headset”. The report consists of a picture, which we’ve posted under. The report solely specifies that the message seems on the “Xbox Collection X/S working system, and doesn’t specify why gadget is getting used.
We’ve reached out to Microsoft to make clear the message.
Xbox VR Help Could Have Leaked
May Microsoft have simply leaked VR help for Xbox One? Maybe, however it’s additionally very doable it’s misguided wording on Microsoft’s half and that the ‘VR’ half is a typo. The time period headset might be interchangeable between VR and audio headphones, in any case.
Nonetheless, Microsoft’s Xbox VR plans have been a thriller for a while. At one level the corporate said that its upgraded Xbox One, the Xbox One X, may help “excessive constancy VR”, however the gadget shipped with none such help. Within the run as much as launch of the Collection X/S, Xbox boss Phil Spencer stated that the consoles wouldn’t help VR, however did hope that it will someday be a “no brainer” to incorporate the function.
Over within the PC house, Microsoft produces a line of Home windows VR headsets in partnership with different firms, the latest of which being the HP Reverb G2. A retailer itemizing did say the gadget supported the Xbox One, however HP shortly debunked the declare, saying it had no plans for integration.
Nonetheless, with Oculus Quest 2 persevering with to achieve steam and Sony committing to a second era of VR on PS5 – has Microsoft’s angle in the direction of VR modified?
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