There have been quite a few rumors about Xbox One VR lately even though Microsoft hasn’t confirmed anything just yet. Many are looking forward to the company’s press event at E3 2016 to see what it has in store for us. The official E3 2016 website isn’t helping to contain rumors as a new Xbox One VR category has been added to the website, and four developers have already been registered under it.


This surely isn’t helping rumors about Xbox One VR, so speculation about Microsoft’s approach to virtual reality will continue until E3 2016 when the company takes the stage and hopefully says something about its VR ambitions for Xbox One.

Developers that have already registered under this category include 3DRudder, Readily Information Company, Rebellion, and Maximum Games. Rebellion is the developer that made the Battlezone VR remake for PlayStation VR and Oculus Rift, so it’s likely that it could be a potential VR title for Xbox One.

Keep in mind that all of this is just pure speculation at this point in time. There’s no concrete evidence to support the theory that Microsoft is going to make some Xbox One VR-related announcement at E3 this year, we can’t really be sure until the event itself.

Recent rumors have suggested that Microsoft is working on a more powerful version of the Xbox One codenamed Scorpio which will have support for both 4K and virtual reality, it’s expected to arrive in 2017.

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