Microsoft’s answer to Sony’s Morpheus VR is none other than the popular Oculus Rift. But how will it work? Well, every Oculus Rift owner will be able to stream games to it directly from the Xbox One, thanks to its compatibility with Windows 10 and DirectX 12.
It’s also confirmed that every Oculus Rift unit will come with a wireless Xbox One controller, giving you everything you need to start gaming. Microsoft also released a brief gameplay video of what looks to be a Forza game, which you can watch below:
Hopefully, Microsoft will have a handful of studios working on awesome new VR enable games. More details about pricing and features will surely be revealed at E3 2015.