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Hands-on video of two SteamVR titles on Windows Mixed Reality

Microsoft’s Mixed Reality platform became a lot more interesting when we heard it would support SteamVR titles, and then suddenly much less compelling when we heard that this feature would not be ready at launch. It seems however that we may not have too long to wait, as Microsoft is already demoing a variety of […] Read More: Hands-on video of two SteamVR titles on Windows Mixed Reality
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