Microsoft And Meta Team Up For VR-Focused Partnership

Microsoft and Meta recently announced that they had agreed to a partnership that will see Xbox Cloud Gaming made available on Quest VR headsets. The timeline for this integration has not yet been specified.

Currently, Xbox Cloud Gaming provides Game Pass Ultimate subscribers with the ability to stream a growing number of titles across various platforms including Apple devices, Android devices, Windows devices, Samsung Smart TVs, Xboxes, and Microsoft’s Keystone device once it is launched. Now though, Microsoft’s Satya Nadella said that this list will soon include Quest VR headsets.

“Xbox Cloud Gaming enables you to stream hundreds of high-quality games to a range of devices—and that will include Meta Quest 2 in the future,” reads an official blog post from Oculus. “When Xbox Cloud Gaming launches on the Meta Quest Store, you’ll be able to hook up an Xbox controller to your headset and play console games from the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate library on a massive 2D screen, like having a private movie theater available at all times.”

As previously mentioned, Xbox Cloud Gaming has no official arrival date on the Quest. However, Meta said that it hopes to share more information on this partnership “as soon as possible.”

(All information was provided by Eurogamer and Oculus)

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