‘Minecraft’ Gets PSVR Support Starting Today in Free Update

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The long wait is over . Starting today, Minecraft will currently include support for PSVR, which shows up as a free upgrade to the base video game on PS4. Update(September 22nd, 2020): PlayStation sprung a surprise launch

of the brand-new Minecraft PSVR update today.The company previously tweeted that Minecraft would arrive the other day, September 21st, it is without a doubt rolling out starting today. Take a look at the new PSVR launch trailer listed below:< iframe width="640" height="360" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/4h1XluPf16M?feature=oembed"

frameborder=”0″allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture”allowfullscreen=”allowfullscreen” > Original Article(September 7th, 2020): The studio says in a PS post that PSVR assistance was really a planned feature given that cross-platform gameplay as well as the Bedrock version got here on PlayStation 4 in December 2019.

“It is 100% the same Minecraft video game that you can play on a daily basis, each week, on a monthly basis, yearly … on PlayStation 4. Nothing got rid of. 100% wholesome & & pure full-fat Minecraft,” claims Mojang’s Roger Carpenter.

The complimentary patch will include new VR-specific settings and also guidance, as well as will consist of both a first-person ‘Immersive’ setting as well as ‘Living Room’ setting, which ostensibly lets you play the game from the comfort of large, virtual TV.

You won’t be hacking away at Creepers with PS Move controllers though, as it appears only DualShock 4 controllers are sustained at the time of this writing.

With the enhancement of Minecraft for PSVR, this brings the blocky journey sandbox to nearly every major Virtual Reality headset now, save the Oculus Quest. Regardless of its regular appeal, Mojang and Oculus have are still playing it reckless with their reasoning behind the absence of a proper port.

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