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According to Polygon, Microsoft officials have confirmed them that this year at E3 Microsoft won’t have a VR for the Xbox One. Microsoft is more focused on pushing VR for computers through their Mixed Reality Platform. But whenever VR for Xbox would be launching it is expected to be a wireless one.

Alex Kipman of Microsoft said that they believe that right now a Windows PC is the best platform for mixed reality because of its presence on huge installed user base and open ecosystem which would offer the best opportunity for developers.

Given the efforts we have underway on Windows for mixed reality, and our belief that console VR should be wireless, right now we are focused on developing mixed reality experiences for the PC, not on the console.

Microsoft had announced in March 2017 that they would be bringing mixed reality to the “Xbox one family of devices” in 2018. It is now clear that Microsoft’s Xbox press conference pre-E3 next week won’t have any news regarding VR for XBox but Project Scorpio related information would definitely be given by Microsoft. We would be covering all Windows related announcements at E3 2017.

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