There has apparently been a memo from an EA executive that shows the publisher is thinking about bringing in the Virtual Reality support for its Frostbite Engine.
The gaming engine is of course one that is the heart behind the upcoming games "Mass Effect," "Dragon Age 3" and "Battlefield 4."
Oculus Rift has just recently sent out its first set of developer kits, so this is interesting to note. DICE Frostbite head Frank Vitz did confirm that the company does have a set of developer kits of their own coming to them. Whether or not those are from Oculus is unconfirmed.
Recently, Oculus VR has named Laird M. Malamed as the new Chief Operating Officer.
Before coming to Oculus, Malamed previously served as a senior vice president and head of development at Activision Blizzard where he worked on projects such as: "Guitar Hero," "Call of Duty" and "Skylanders."
Malamed talked about what the new position means to him.
"The opportunity to join Oculus and build the future of virtual reality gaming was too exciting to pass up.
"I look forward to being part of the team, creating a completely new medium for the video game industry and its many potential applications for the future," Malamed said.