- Nov 9, 2006
And you'll hate whatever they do. I have no problem giving credit where it is due. MS shouldn't be worried about VR and sales numbers prove it.
This is how I know you are not on this discussion board to actually talk about games, if you did then you'd know that's factually not true.
It begs the question, are you here as a hobbyist or are you here for work?
Take this for example:
At the end of this generation we can see which direction has the greater market penetration, Game Pass or VR. I'm ok with MS' focus right now.
Gamepass or no gamepass you'll still get access to the same games. On the other hand with the omission of VR on Xbox consoles you will guarantee that you won't get access to any VR games.
Microsoft's bottom line vs access to a more diverse suite of games (which includes experiences that can't be replicated in any other way) and you've chosen in favour of Microsoft's bottom line. That's mighty unfortunate, would hate to be you.