Microsoft’s virtual reality device lineup includes the Xbox One X, which is set to release in 2020, and the Xbox VR, which will release in 2021.
But, as of today, Microsoft’s final plans for virtual reality headsets are still a bit unclear.
According to an internal document, Microsoft is planning on releasing the Oculus Rift, a $499 headset that includes two cameras, a pair of lenses, and a pair in the headset’s headset to give gamers an immersive experience.
The Oculus Rift has a screen resolution of 960×1080.
The VR headset’s battery lasts up to a week, and it has a resolution of 1920×1080, so the VR headset is designed for a range of use scenarios.
Microsoft’s headset plans for the future include a VR headset for the Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Xbox One S, which the company claims can provide a 360-degree view of your screen.
The Xbox One and Xbox 360 headsets will be based on Microsoft’s new HMD, which includes a camera that is set on top of the headset, and an Xbox camera in the top portion of the headband.
The headset will be sold with a base price of $399.