Xbox One VR Game Reportedly Debuts At E3 2016

Posted: May 27 2016, 3:26pm CDT | by , in Technology News


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Xbox One VR Game Reportedly Debuts at E3 2016
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The E3 2016 could be more exciting than expected.

According to a new report an European game developer will debut a VR game for the Xbox Scorpio at the E3 2016 next month. No other than Ars Technica reports that they received the word directly by the developer as part of pre-E3 planning and was confirmed by a PR representative.

Yesterday we carried rumors that Microsoft will launch a new Xbox with more power for virtual reality. The Xbox Scorpio is supposed to be compatible with Oculus Rift.

Ars says that they cannot talk about the which studio it is. Obviously they are under some kind of embargo. To still be revealing that there will be a VR game for the 2017 Xbox at the E3 2016 is pushing the idea of embargoes quite a bit. It could of course be also in the interest of the studio to start generating the hype.

The VR Game is not just for the Xbox, it also will be available for Sony PlayStation VR and PC. This bit takes the steam out of the rumor a bit. It gives the idea that the studio does not have any information about the Xbox VR and just gets on the VR console train that is supposed to happen in 2017.

Source: Ars Technica.

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