Minecraft players that have been patiently waiting for virtual reality support to be made available by the Oculus development team. Will be pleased to know that Oculus Rift VR support will be made available for Minecraft in the next few weeks.
The news has been announced by Microsoft and Mojang who have now explained that Oculus Rift support for Minecraft will be arriving in the Windows 10 Edition Beta update and will be free to all.
What a year it has been! This morning we celebrated the first anniversary of Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta. Since the Windows 10 Edition released last July we have committed over 12,000 code check-ins and fixed over 6000 bugs. All that work has resulted in 15 updates with dozens of new features for you, with lots more to come.
This is just the beginning. In the next few weeks, we are adding Oculus Rift support to the Windows 10 Edition Beta in a free update as our thank-you for your continued support over the past year. If you own Windows 10 Edition and an Oculus Rift, you can jump right in and experience Minecraft in a whole new way.
For more information on the new Minecraft VR support jump over to the Microsoft and Mojang websites for details by following the links below.Filed Under: Gaming News, Top News