Internet Mozilla’s web browser will soon become compatible with virtual reality headsets. According to TechRadar, Firefox’s big update Tuesday adds support for both the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive.
It’s called Firefox 55, and will launch on August 8th. The upgraded web browser will now include WebVR — the platform that allows web browsers to function with VR headsets like the Rift and Vive. It’s worth noting that Firefox 55 may still take some time to roll out to everyone.
Competing browsers like Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge added WebVR support earlier this year, so Firefox isn’t too far behind the trend of adding support for VR content over the web. also includes Firefox Screenshots — a new way to capture images on your screen, edit and export them in a shareable format without leaving your browser.