Someone using an Oculus Rift headset and the Xbox One logo.
Microsoft may be days away from lifting the lid on some VR for Xbox One, if E3's official website is anything to go by.
As reported by TechRadar, perceptive NeoGAF users spotted the update to Microsoft's page on the E3 2016 website.
Currently, four developers have put their names down for some sort of VR-themed appearance, including Battlezone VR developer Rebellion and 3D Rudder, the manufacturer of a feet-based VR motion controller.
PSVR may arrive alongside a more powerful version of the PlayStation 4, and if recent reports are to be believed, Microsoft is hoping to bring Oculus Rift to Xbox One through a partnership with Oculus-owners Facebook.
The difference being that AR lays digital images and data over a real-world view, while VR locks users into an enclosed virtual space.