In the last few days, content creators and press representatives had the chance to take a first look at the new Xbox Wireless Headset, which is available in stores from today. During the IGN Italia test, however, there was a strange message when the headphones were connected directly to the Xbox Series X with the USB-C cable. It said that the user had to update his VR headset.

In the following message, there was also talk of a new update for the VR headset. The IGN Italia team took a snapshot of the notification. You can see the picture in the tweet below. However, it remains unclear which plans are hidden behind this incorrect message. Microsoft has not yet issued a statement. Phil Spencer last spoke about VR support for Xbox at the beginning of last year. At that time, the feature was excluded at least when the console was launched.

Should Microsoft actually plan a VR future for Xbox Series X / S, we should be curious to see how this is implemented. Is the company working on its own model and would it compete with Sony's new VR headset for PS5? Or would Microsoft rely on third-party support and work with Oculus or HTC Vive? We will keep you informed about this. As recently as last week, rumors were circulating that Microsoft was planning an Xbox event on March 26th. This has not yet been confirmed.

Source: IGN Italia

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