Recently published on the official news blog of Xbox One, Kevin Unangst, Senior Director, Global Marketing at Xbox revealed Xbox One games compatibility doable with Oculus Rift VR Headset. Users can stream Xbox One library on the VR headset and play games with the help of Oculus Rift app and Xbox Wireless Controller that is shipped with the VR Headset.
Stream games like Gears of War 4, Forza Horizon 3. Halo 5: Guardians, popular sports games, Indie games, etc with a few old titles. The headset connects with the console via home router. You can choose VR environments from three modes, they are Citadel, Retreat and Dome.
Adding wireless support is helpful to avoid messy wired setup. A powerful home router is enough to put all the devices online and enjoy gaming on massive screen of the headset. Even if the game is not VR ready, you can get the console projected screen on the headset. Instead VR ready games will bring more controls and exciting gameplay.
A nice support for the Xbox One console owners who are looking forward to try out the virtual reality hardware venture with high end gaming. Streaming capability relies on the network bandwidth, which can result in latency if the hardware is low end.