I am thoroughly confused. I always thought that I needed a sound card with virtual surround sound technology (like CMSS-3D headphone or Dolby Headphone) in order to get virtual surround sound in my games. However, recently on reddit some guy tried telling me that "all games have virtual surround sound" and that all you need is your onboard audio. First of all, that's just not true, right? Let's take a modern game such as Tom Clancy's The Divison. If you just plug your headphones in (without something like CMSS-3D), you will only get stereo, right? But now that VR is on the rise, it seems like virtual surround sound might possibly be baked into many if not all of the experiences. Can anyone verify this? In general, what is the state of virtual surround sound as it relates to its implementation in games and how would you know if a game supports virtual surround sound on its own?