Microsoft seems to be pretty interested in virtual reality. At E3, they announced that they will be partnering with Valve VR to work on virtual reality elements for their upcoming PC OS, Windows 10.
This comes after Microsoft announced a partnership with Oculus VR earlier this week. With that announcement, Oculus CEO Brandon Irebe stressed the importance of shipping the Oculus Rift with a gamepad, specifically a Microsoft controller. We’ll see where this takes them; maybe they’ll be improving the PC gaming experience.
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