Adr1ft was arguably the most intriguing VR game to launch alongside the Oculus Rift. After launching with the Rift, it released on PS4 with an Xbox One and PSVR version due sometime in the future. That will no longer be happening. According to Three One Zero CEO, Adam Orth (as reported by New Game Network), "ADR1FT will not be coming to Xbox One."
"I hope [fans] are able to find some way to experience and enjoy it on our other platforms," he continued.
In Adr1ft, you played as an astronaut who wakes up amidst the debris of a wrecked space station to find her suit damaged. The goal was to survive and find a way off; a premise that makes for a hair-raising VR game. Unfortunately, the game seemed to land with a thud in terms of its critical reception, earning an average Metascore of 64 on PC and a 56 on PS4. The game also stands at a "Mixed" user feedback rating on Steam as well, with a total positive percentage of 61%.
With those things in mind, it makes sense then to hear the news that Adr1ft's Xbox One version has been canceled, as unfortunate as it is. That said, if you are still interested in checking out the game, it is available on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Steam and PlayStation 4.
Source: [New Game Network]