During the Oculus Connect keynote, Nate Mitchell, VP of product at Oculus revealed that they are working on a native app for mobile platforms including Windows Phone. Don’t get too excited, this app does not mean you will be able to use your Windows Phone to play VR games just like how Samsung demoed with its Galaxy Note 4. Instead, it just lets users browse the Oculus Platform, download apps, games, and entertainment experiences. Even though Oculus would like to bring the experience they did with Galaxy Note 4 to iOS and Windows Phone platforms, various Store policies and restrictions would not allow them to bring such experiences.
I hope someone at Microsoft Windows Phone platform approach Oculus to make Windows Phone devices compatible with Oculus VR games.