Our latest update introduces a new minimum hardware specification to run vTime on Windows Mixed Reality. From today, vTime is available on low-end Windows 10 laptops and desktops with Intel Integrated Graphics, and to hundreds of millions more users worldwide.
When Microsoft announced plans to bring their Windows Mixed Reality headsets to market in early 2017, the world applauded the proposition – incredible performance at an affordable cost, and a promise to “empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more” through the power of mixed reality. Combining entertainment and utility, and more importantly, with more than 600 million monthly active devices running Windows 10, the promise of Windows Mixed Reality meant the high-end VR experience was more accessible than ever. And we couldn’t wait to be a part of it.
vTime partnered with Microsoft to be one of 67 Windows Mixed Reality launch titles, giving millions of users with high-end PCs and laptops the opportunity to meet, chat, and share in incredible virtual destinations. Since then, we’ve been fine tuning our network to give users on the lowest compatible specification access to the same great experience, features, and immersive destinations. And today, we can share the fruits of our labour!
So whether you choose to spend Christmas with family in outer-space, or to leave 2017 behind on a virtual tropical beach, the whole Windows Mixed Reality family now is welcome in vTime!
Not sure if your PC is Windows Mixed Reality ready? Head to the Windows Store and download this handy app to check.