Source: IGN Italia While Microsoft has yet to officially announce a VR headset for its Xbox Series X/S video game consoles, a recent leak published by IGN ...
The new Microsoft plans were announced as part of its planned Windows Mixed Realty press event that was held earlier today.
The event, to be held in San Francisco, will likely reveal more of Microsoft's plans to launch the many Windows Mixed Reality headsets on Oct. 17.
The headsets will go on sale on the same date that Microsoft plans to officially release the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
The many Windows Mixed Reality headsets that are due out this fall will be able to play SteamVR games, in addition to Windows 10 apps.
Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft's Xbox division, thinks a "truly untethered" VR consumer device could be five to 10 years away.
Microsoft is kicking of E3 2017 with a bang this week as they announce the XBOX One X console.
Microsoft will not be showing any VR hardware that will be made for the company's Xbox One and Project Scorpio consoles during E3 2017 next week.
We now know a little more info regarding the Windows Mixed Reality headsets developed by Dell, Lenovo, and ASUS.
Microsoft announced that the upcoming Windows Mixed Reality headsets would support a new set of motion controllers when they are released this fall.