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For the VR support, would it be possible to add Windows MR (Mixed Reality) headsets to the list of headsets?

All the Windows MR headsets have been released now, SteamVR support has be opened up to the public now too. As not every SteamVR game supports Windows MR it would be good to have them as their own separate category in the headsets section so we can specifically show if they're supported or not. It wouldn't be necessary to list all the headsets, just Windows MR in general.

For example, Space Pirate Trainer does have Windows MR support, but Universe Sandbox ² doesn't despite supporting Vive and Rift.

Thanks :)

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