A new report claims that an unnamed major game developer is working on a virtual reality game for Microsoft's Xbox One console for a launch sometime in 2017.

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The report comes from Ars Technica, which states:

Ars isn't at liberty to discuss the name of the game or the specific developer, but we can say that a well-known European studio is planning "a new VR game" set in the universe of an established, long-running franchise.

The report adds that the game will in fact be shown in mid-June as part of E3 2016. The game will also reportedly be coming to the PC and PlayStation 4 consoles. This story would seem to add credence to recent rumors that Microsoft is planning a major hardware refresh for the Xbox One that will support virtual reality headsets, perhaps in a partnership with Oculus for its Rift device.