In case you lived in a cave until now, let us bring you the latest news. People all around the world are crazed about a fascinating little game called Minecraft. And due to all the hype, many people are interested in finding out more about the Oculus Rift support update in the upcoming weeks. Or at least for the Windows 10 version, which is already one year old.
Those of you who are already passionate about the game might be confused about this. But wait, couldn’t you play VR Minecraft until now? Well, the answer is yes, you could, but only on the Samsung Gear VR. Now, with this new development, you will be able to play it on the desktop VR too. It is believed that the desktop version should look much better and will run faster than the mobile one.
However, many think that Minecraft will not be the best game for Rift, and this will happen mainly because Rift is quite limited. It can only support the traditional gamepads. On the other hand, if you look at the list of games that are much better played with the HTC Vive VR (which reflects them at room-scale), you will see that Minecraft is definitely at the top. Vive can even be modded to work into Minecraft, so it’s a good idea to play around a little bit, if you’re feeling creative.
Microsoft has thought it well ahead, and so along with the VR, you will get some movement tweaks that are supposedly good for your health, since you keep moving around. According to the website, they are most likely planning to release some Oculus Touch support too in the future, which translates to the Rift going room-scale, together with receiving extra motion controls.
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