The year 2020 for Minecraft VR has started with many things, but this time we will tell you how to Setup Vivecraft.
What is Vivecraft for Minecraft VR.
It is an innovative tool for the game that will allow you to play the iconic block game with virtual reality, many still do not know how to make this work, so we prepare a guide to tell you all about how to configure Vivecraft.
How to set up Vivecraft in Minecraft VR.
The first thing you have to do if you want to know how to configure Vivecraft is to download Minecraft: Java Edition in case you don't have it, if so, go to the official website and follow the steps.
Once the game is installed it will be necessary to configure Steam since the program is run using SteamVR, so go to the Steam page and install everything you need.
You will also need a SteamVR-enabled headset, such as HTC Vive, Oculus Rift (S), among others.
The following is already a bit more complex and is passed to the settings of your PC.
It will be necessary to have a dedicated GPU, this means that the graphics card will be separated from the motherboard. Keep in mind that Vivecraft will not work with Intel integrated graphics, so it will be necessary to invest in some very good PC components.
In addition to this, if you do not want to play with motion controllers, you will have to use a keyboard and mouse.
After having checked all the requirements, what you have to do is run the game launcher on your PC and then go to the launcher and configure the necessary files and at the end close the launcher.
Then run the Vivecraft installer, we recommend leaving all values by default, but you can manipulate them as you wish.
It doesn't matter if you have Forge mods activated, but in case you don't have it, the program will do it for you. Finish the installation of the program and run the game launcher again and start enjoying this tool from the new Vivecraft profile, so enjoy your new Minecraft VR Thus ends our guide on how to Setup Vivecraft in Minecraft VR, it is certainly a fairly simple process, in fact the complicated thing is to make our PC meet the necessary requirements to enjoy it, but the developers wanted it.
PC, macOS, Linux, PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Mojang, Xbox, Sony, Nintendo eShop
Mojang, Microsoft Studios, Sony Computer Entertainment
18 November 2011
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