Microsoft and Sony to launch PSVR games in partnership

Microsoft and the Japanese videogame maker Sony are announcing an agreement that will see the PlayStation VR system and the PlayStation Move controller from the Japanese company, as well as a range of accessories and accessories from the two companies, be released in China.

The announcement of the partnership comes after Microsoft unveiled a VR-friendly version of its Windows 10 operating system on Monday, and the move comes after Sony announced a headset with a curved OLED display and a new version of the PlayStation 4 Pro at the Tokyo Game Show.

The partnership is the latest in a string of high-profile announcements that have put a spotlight on the VR space.

Last month, Google announced its plans to bring its VR-ready Chrome OS software to the Oculus Rift, and Oculus also confirmed plans to release a VR headset that runs on the HTC Vive.

Microsoft has also worked closely with Valve to bring an Oculus-like VR experience to Windows 10.

And earlier this year, Microsoft announced a partnership with Sony to create a new VR headset, which it described as “the best of both worlds.”

Sony’s move is a direct response to Microsoft’s announcement that it will launch its own VR-based headset with the PlayStation Neo in March.

That headset will cost $599, which is $100 more than Microsoft’s headset.

Sony also announced a new PSVR headset that was to be priced at $599 but was priced $300 lower.

The move is also in response to the rise of Oculus Rift headsets that have sold well in China and are also being used by companies like Google.

In May, Google released a VR game called “Rift” for the Oculus Touch controllers, which was also available on the Sony PlayStation VR headset.

That game has sold more than a million copies and was the fastest-selling Oculus Rift title to date.

Microsoft’s headset is being marketed as a “next-generation headset,” with Microsoft saying that it is aiming for a “compelling experience” and a “complete VR experience” on the headset.

It will not only include a curved screen, but also an OLED display, which will enable a more immersive, 360-degree view than the current LCD technology.

The Oculus Rift and the Sony Move will be available in select retail locations around the world, Microsoft said.

The two companies have previously announced that they will launch a version of Microsoft’s Windows 10 PC operating system called Windows 10 Pro for a limited time in May, which includes an Oculus Rift headset.

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