Brendan Iribe, CEO of Oculus VR, was recently announced in an interview that he would like Oculus Rift support for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Basically, he welcomed it when Sony and Microsoft Virtual reality technology gave enough attention and possibly even developed their own peripherals, all of which ultimately benefited. Before dealing with the consoles themselves support, wants to focus on the PC at first.
For now, only PC gamers can look forward to the coveted virtual reality headset Oculus Rift. Brendan Iribe, CEO of Oculus VR, but now announced in an interview was that he wished at a later date also official support from Sony and Microsoft to also dive console players on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in a virtual reality let. Due to the open and unconstrained developer environment, it made loud Iribe but "more sense" for Oculus, first to take the PC to target.
However Iribe also welcomes the development of other virtual reality devices: "We love what the two console games do I hope one or both of the console people make VR headset or something similar, about an augmented reality. . farther they penetrate headset in this area, even if it is a different device and a different experience, the more they advance in the VR and AR area, the better for all. "Iribe In an interview with the Official Xbox Magazine.
Although you would be looking at any given time about making Oculus Rift to consoles compatible, initially wanted to focus on the PC to ensure smooth running. "We would appreciate it if they would let [the console manufacturers] think of something," the CEO of Oculus continues.