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Microsoft announced today that its Windows Mixed reality software, which is used in video apps and augmented reality, hit $1.7 billion in revenue.
Mixed Reality is the company’s attempt to make VR more accessible and accessible to a wider audience.
Microsoft said that its revenue from Windows Mixed has grown by 40% in the past year.
Mixed reality has become more popular over the past few years as more people have gotten into virtual reality, and Microsoft is looking to capitalize on this with Mixed Reality.
Mixed-reality games, apps, and accessories are expected to generate $3 billion in gross revenue for the company by 2020.
Mixed content has also grown to an even larger audience, and it is projected to grow to $10 billion in 2018.
Microsoft’s announcement today also confirmed that it will continue to invest in Windows Mixed.
It said that in 2019, Microsoft will release Windows Mixed Pro, which will enable users to build apps and virtual reality experiences using Microsoft’s Visual Studio and the Unity development platform.
Microsoft has been investing in Mixed Reality since 2014 and has invested millions in hardware and software.
It has also been investing heavily in Windows VR, which has helped drive adoption and revenues.
Microsoft also has a licensing agreement with the Oculus VR team, and will be offering an exclusive version of its Windows VR headset to the Oculus Rift developer program, which it said will be available to developers.
Microsoft did not disclose revenue figures from Mixed Reality or the Windows VR program, but did say that Windows Mixed will support up to six simultaneous players.
The company also said that it expects to launch its Mixed Reality app store for Windows devices in the fourth quarter of 2020.
Microsoft expects Mixed Reality to be a valuable part of the VR ecosystem in the future, and said that a lot of new users will get into virtual worlds using Mixed Reality apps and accessories.