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During today's Oculus press event, Microsoft's Xbox leader Phil Spencer came on stage to talk more about the new partnership between the two companies. He stated that Microsoft is working to support Oculus Rift in Windows 10. The headset will also support Microsoft's plans to stream Xbox One games to Windows 10 PCs. So far, there's no word on which Xbox One games will support the Oculus Rift in this manner.
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