Minecraft: Java Edition. Available from the Minecraft website. - Java. Available here. Steam with SteamVR installed and configured. - A SteamVR compatible headset like the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, Valve Index or Windows MR. OR A non-compatible headset such Oculus Quest 1 2, GearVR, Google Cardboard or Vive Focus. A computer capable of running VR using an exclusive GPU. In-built Intel graphics aren't supported. Gaming laptops often require configuration to utilize the dedicated GPU in order to play Minecraft. Read the FAQ for more details. - Either standing motion controls or the keyboard and mouse. Gamepads are not currently supported.
Vivecraft is available in a variety of Minecraft versions. All versions come with Optifine which adds shader support and dynamic lighting to the game. All versions are playable online. Some versions do not support VR features, or Forge mods.
Each version comes with four downloads. The VR Client is the main mod available for VR players. - The NonVR (2D) Client is for desktop gamers who want to view VR animations or LAN-host. - The Spigot plugin is to enable animations on the Spigot server. The Forge server mod allows animations to be enabled on the Forge Server.
The links will bring you to the page of release for that file. The downloads are available in the Assets section on github. This page is shared by VR and NONVR clients.
For information on how to create the setup of a Vivecraft compatible multiplayer server, please go to the Multiplayer page.
1.18.2 Alpha builds are now available.
These versions are no longer receiving updates and may not include all the features listed on this site.
Installation is simple. Follow these instructions to install the Vivecraft client. The installation process is the same for both the initial installation and subsequent updates. Vivecraft can be installed multiple times using different options without issue.
1. Run the Minecraft Launcher on your PC at least once to create the game folders. You don't have to launch the game. Close the launcher. 2. Check that the Minecraft Launcher is NOT running. 3. Run the Vivecraft Installer. Check the checkboxes for installation options and hover your mouse over each option to view what it does. In general, you should leave the defaults. If you require support for Forge mods, check the Forge box. If the installer is unable to detect Forge already installed it will download and run the installer for you. the swiss rocketman Do not allocate more RAM than you'll need. 4GB is more than enough for all but the most massive modpacks.
4. Click Install. The program will download some files and set up your launcher profile. 5. If you are using a laptop. Make sure that you enable the high-performance processor in the gpu control panel. For more details, refer to the FAQ. 6. Run the Minecraft Launcher. 7. You should have already picked the profile for Vivecraft. If not, be sure to look in the "modded profiles" box. See the image.
8. Click Play.
Check the How to play page for a summary of VR features and helpful tips. If the game fails to start or you have any issues, you should read the FAQ, which explains the most common issues.