2015 is shaping up to be a year full of novelties in the face of virtual reality, and once again rumors are unleashed about a possible entry of Microsoft in this field, so as not to lose the wake of Sony that already has a good advantage, at least in the face of the public, with Morpheus.
The news comes from NextPowerUp, which even claims that the device could be presented next year during E3 and would work with Xbox One and, probably, also with Windows. The development of it would be being carried out by the hardware team responsible for the Surface tablets of the brand itself. While the rumors of Morpheus began to emerge in 2013, it has not been until March of this year when the official presentation has occurred. For its part, Microsoft seemed to be more interested in other experiments such as IllumiRoom, which uses projectors on the walls of our room, but the possibility of an HMD seems to all of us much more attractive. We will have to wait a few more months to find out if the rumors are confirmed or not.