Microsoft is back with another bang after it announced the continuation of its partnership with the much acclaimed Oculus Rift with its Xbox One. Moreover, the great news for all the gamers is that Microsoft is going to unveil the all-new Xbox One to Oculus Rift Streaming App.
The Service will be launched on December 12 and the icing on the cake is that it comes completely free of cost. Now the Oculus Rift and Xbox One users can stream their Game Library into their Virtual Reality Headsets.
The Microsoft earlier made an announcement that enabled game enthusiasts to turn their PCs into gaming machines using Xbox One to Oculus Rift App and Windows 10 App. Now tune into your headset and play some of the amazing games such as "Halo 5: Guardians", "Forza Horizon 3", "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" which is included in the service.
Now Xbox One Streaming to Oculus Rift application will transform your gaming experience into the real-life experience with 3 gigantic VR Environments to choose from. The new app can be easily connected to your Xbox One using your home network and once it is set up, you can wear your VR Headset and the video output will be directly streamed into your VR Headset. Oculus Rift is compatible with almost all the games on Xbox 360, Xbox One, and many more gaming titles yet to launch.
The Microsoft Xbox One with Oculus Rift will also feature Xbox Wireless Controller designed by gamers, for gamers. The Wireless Controller is known to make gaming easy between Windows 10 PCs and Xbox One with refined precision and high responsiveness to refine gaming and that now you can connect the wireless controller to Oculus Rift right away.
The Windows 10 combined with DirectX 12 technology when used with Oculus Rift offers a seamless VR ready gaming experience with high performance that is required to handle games with heavy graphics.
The Oculus Rift is 100% compatible with Windows 10 and hence, the users can play as much as he wants without getting sick thanks to its Faster frame rates and high graphic hardware setup. That's not all. Microsoft will be launching its Project Scorpio that will give a full-fledged Virtual Reality Experience.
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