Even though Microsoft has been showing HoloLens gaming demos of Minecraft and Halo at events like E3, the company's CEO, Satya Nadella, has confirmed that the first version of the augmented reality headset will focus on the enterprise and business sectors.
In a chat with ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley that was conducted just after his keynote address at the 2015 Worldwide Partner Conference this week, Nadella explained that while HoloLens in gaming is still in the works, the company will try to market it to business customers first:
In the meantime, Microsoft already has an agreement with virtual reality company Oculus to provide an Xbox One controller with every one of its Oculus Rift headsets when they go on sale in 2016, and it will also support viewing Xbox One games via streaming on a Windows 10 PC.
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