YouTube has launched the YouTube VR app on the Steam platform, making it available via PC-connected Vive headsets.
YouTube said it is working on building a “complete YouTube VR experience on Steam” and will use feedback to inform design and development.
“We’ll be adding support for more VR headsets and custom in-app experiences soon,” it added.
YouTube VR is already available via Google’s own mobile VR platform, Daydream.
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