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Steam is updating

We think this is a positive step for developers and growing the VR ecosystem.

For more details on setting up Steam VR with Windows Mixed Reality, visit this guide.

Once set up, refer to the quick guide below to learn how to navigate Steam VR with your Windows Mixed Reality controllers.

Getting Started Setting up Steam VR with your Windows Mixed Reality headset is simple.

Once your headset is installed, you'll just need three things: a Steam account, Steam VR, and the Windows Mixed Reality driver.

Do not run the verification process while performing other system-intensive processes, such as defragmenting your hard drive or scanning for viruses.

Do not run this process for multiple games at the same time.

This includes fixing bugs related to the laser pointer and teleport, updating controller models automatically depending on your VR setup, and bug fixes for Steam VR Workshop Tools.

Also included are various quality of life improvements for the Oculus Rift (snap turning is now fixed for save games) and Windows Mixed Reality (updating tutorial panels and adding custom models).

Simply click and hold the grip button to see what tools you have unlocked, hover over your choice, and release the grip to equip that tool.

We think this will be a much more natural, more VR-specific way of interacting with the world in Steam VR Home.

We're excited about this update and hope to add more of these kinds of intuitive interactions in the coming months.