Microsoft’s wearable VR HoloLens is going to be great for games, according to CEO Satya Nadella. The company announced their VR plans at last week’s Microsoft event. Speaking to investors, Nadella made Microsoft’s entertainment plans for the device explicit.
“It’s also getting clearer how the games people love today will evolve to mind-blowing experiences in the future when designed for the mixed reality that Windows 10 and HoloLens create,” Nadella said during a post-earnings release call, as transcribed by Gamespot.
“Just imagine what is possible with Minecraft. Gaming truly is a valuable part of millions of people’s lives and Microsoft will excel and increase our lead.” Minecraft on Hololens isn’t confirmed as a real product yet, but Mojang has two different experimental projects in the works using the tech, according to Minecraft lead Jens Bergensten. This appears to be the company’s direct competitor to Sony’s Project Morpheus and Facebook’s Oculus Rift.