When those other Hardware products start having problems/issues with the Oculus software suite, then Oculus would be obligated to solve all that mess. That would increase their current workload by 2-3 times the current amount. Not the best idea at this stage.
That being said, here is my official answer: When Nintendo games run on PlayStation, and Playstation games run on XBox.
That is not altogether true in my opinion.
Chazmeister said:And we have games and a VR market place primarily developed for the Vive now running on the Rift but.....
A sadly not entirely unexpected set of answers but there you go....
you would hope that the extra
foot fall and income would make up for it. Given the slower than
expected start to VR, you would think that the extra sales could only
benefit Oculus and the VR industry as a whole with more titles being
available across the various VR hardware.