BY Gunther Barbosa | Feb 02, 2015 09:46 AM EST
It looks like Microsoft is looking into the VR headset market for use with the Xbox One and they're partnering up with Oculus VR to make it happen, if the reports and rumors are to be believed.
With Sony developing the VR Headset aka the Project Morpheus for the PS4, Microsoft is reportedly trying to get in the VR headset market and they're looking at producing a VR headset for Xbox One.
In a report by Cyberland, Microsoft is allegedly teaming up with Oculus VR in hopes getting the Oculus Rift to be compatible with the Xbox One.
According to the report, Microsoft wants the Oculus Rift or a variation of the rift to be compatible with the Xbox One.
But what can you expect if the Oculus Rift works on the Xbox One?
Outside Xbox has released a video wherein what would be like if the Oculus Rift had Xbox One compatibility:
Meanwhile, Oculus Rift Blog has noted that the Oculus Rift and the Xbox One would be a match made in heaven:
"The OR uses USB and HDMI, which mean it could certainly work with the Xbox One. Also, with the Kinect 2's ability to read the players position, posture, leaning and the way they are facing, coupled with the traditional Kinect gameplay, it really would seem that the OR and the Xbox One are a match made in heaven."
But what do you think? Should the Oculus Rift have Xbox One support? Sound off in the comments below!
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