Xbox One Streaming To Oculus Now Available

Great news for Oculus Rift owners as it has been announced you can now stream Xbox One and Xbox 360 backward compatible games straight to the virtual reality headset.

The update, announced as a feature of the Xbox One Streaming app, allows you to stream if your PC and Xbox One are connected to the same network. You’ll be able to choose from three different virtual theater modes. This will give the feeling of playing on the big screen, but at a lower resolution.

Xbox’s Major Nelson reports on the feature in the video below;

It appears this works in a similar mode to PS VR’s ‘Cinema’ mode which users quickly found to work on the Xbox One. Do you have an Oculus Rift? If so will you be trying this out? Let us know as always, in the comments below!

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Tim Slatford

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