The latest Steam Hardware Survey has revealed virtual reality enjoyed growth in 2018 - although remains a limited userbase.
The monthly study Valve conducts asks a random selection of Steam users to opt in, then scans their PCs' components and any connected devices - including VR headsets.
The December Hardware Survey shows that only Oculus Rift and Windows Mixed Reality saw their userbase increase during the month, both up marginally by 0.01%.
Oculus Rift remains the most popular device, owned by 0.37% of Steam users who took part in the December survey, with HTC Vive close behind at 0.33%.
These numbers may seem unimpressive but UploadVR, which has been tracking VR ownership through Valve's monthly surveys, reports it actually shows a solid year of growth.
The site claims that over the course of 2018, the number of Steam users with a VR headset has almost doubled to 0.8% - approximately the same as those running Linux.
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