Xbox One Games To Be Streamed To Oculus Rift

Oculus Rift

In December, Xbox One games will be available to the Oculus Rift VR headset. Microsoft has confirmed the application, which will allow Rift owners to stream their game library to the VR headset.

A post on the Xbox Wire news site has explained that the app will connect the two devices via your home network. The Xbox One’s video output will be streamed to the VR headset and “projected onto a massive screen in your choice of one of three immersive environments: Citadel, Retreat, and Dome.”

The new app is part of Microsoft’s ongoing partnership with Oculus Rift, with the VR headset now available with an Xbox One controller.

This app will not create the full VR experience and gamers must understand that it just simply displayed the game on a 360 screen, using the headset.

Microsoft has confirmed that fan favourites will be included such as “Gears of War 4,” “Forza Horizon 3” and “Halo 5: Guardians.”

The VR headset also works natively with Windows 10, as the VR gaming experience created to jump right in and work directly with this technology.