Minecraft is finally getting its free PS-VR support later this month!


Well, finally Minecraft is getting support for PlayStation VR. Mojang said that they have been looking forward to exploring working on something new ways to play the game.


Minecraft was released back in the year 2009. Well, Minecraft Dungeons was launched this year in the month of May.


Well, Mojang is excited to offer the game to the PSVR owners, by the end of this month. This update will allow you to play any content of Minecraft using your PSVR headset. Mojang also stressed that no content will be restricted in VR.

Using the PSVR you will be allowed to choose between two modes. The two modes are known as Immersive and Living Room mode. In the immersive mode, your VR will act as the in-game camera which will completely immerse you in your crafting. The living room mode is for playing the non-PSVR game on using the headset. This mode will project the game onto a virtual screen.



However, this is irrespective of your choice, and you will require a DualShock 4 in order to play in VR. Therefore, the PS Move controller will not be supported.

The upcoming PSVR patch will be bringing Minecraft to another VR platform. Recently, this successful game was able to find its way through the Oculus Rift, Windows Mixed Reality headsets, and also the Gear VR.

A Minecraft Live event will be held by Microsoft, next month on October 3. This event will be showcasing the new Minecraft content and updates for the new action RPG game, MinecraftDungeons.

Live: Announcement Trailer

Currently, Mojang is working on three Minecraft projects. The projects are- Minecraft, the building game that started it all; Minecraft Earth, the AR game; and Minecraft Dungeons, the dungeon-crawling RPG. During the event, we might come to know about all the three games or maybe some of them.

Minecraft is playable on the PC, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox One.


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