Microsoft has just released a new headset that will let you play your favorite games from the comfort of your own living room.
The company has also revealed that it’s planning to launch a standalone VR headset later this year.
The Xbox One S and Xbox One X are both powered by Intel’s new 14nm FinFET silicon, and Microsoft has said that both are the world’s first to support positional tracking and full 4K video playback.
The headsets will run at a resolution of 1280 x 720, and they’ll support a variety of sensors that let you see through walls and other obstacles, as well as track your movements in virtual space.
The first Microsoft VR headset will be the Microsoft Vive, which will come out in the first quarter of 2019.
(Update: The Microsoft VR Rift is coming later this summer.)
While Microsoft says that the Xbox One is still the best way to experience VR, it’s also working on new software to make VR better for everyone.
It’s currently only working with its own hardware, which means that you’ll be able to play some of its games on a PS4 or PC without any modification.
Microsoft also has a new software tool that can be used to create VR games with Unity, an open-source game engine that lets you create and play games in the browser.
That means that the Microsoft VR headsets will work on a variety, from your Xbox One, to your PS4, and to the Oculus Rift.
Microsoft is also looking into other ways to make the VR experience more accessible to more people.
The headset will feature a built-in microphone for voice communication, and it will support voice-guided games, too.
Microsoft will also launch a new Windows 10 edition of its headset later in 2019, with a focus on productivity apps and gaming apps.
The new Windows version will feature Cortana, Microsoft’s virtual assistant that can help you find the right apps for you and the right way to use them.