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Minecraft: Java Edition. Available on the Minecraft website. - Java. Available here. Steam with SteamVR installed and configured. - A SteamVR-compatible headset such as the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift S, Valve Index, or Windows MR. Minecraft Server Hosting OR A non-compatible headset, like the Oculus Quest 1 or 2. GearVR, Google Cardboard, Vive Focus or PSVR and properly configured SteamVR emulator software . A computer that is capable of running VR with an exclusive GPU. The integrated Intel graphics aren't supported. Gaming laptops frequently require special configuration to use the dedicated GPU for Minecraft. For more information, check out the FAQ. - Either standing motion controls or a keyboard/mouse. Gamepads are not currently supported.



Downloads



Vivecraft is available in various Minecraft versions. All versions come with Optifine which includes shader support, dynamic lights, and other enhancements to the graphics. All versions are available online. Certain versions don't support VR features, or Forge mods.



Each version comes with four downloads. The VR Client is the main mod for VR players. The NonVR (2D) Client is for desktop players 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 a Forge server.



The links will take you to the page of release for that file. Downloads are available in the Assets section on github. The VR and NONVR clients use the same page.



Please see the Multiplayer page for more information on setting up a Vivecraft-compatible multiplayer server.



Current Versions



1.18.2 Alpha builds are now available.



Older versions



These versions are no longer eligible for updates and may not have all the features listed on this website.



Installing Vivecraft



It is simple to install. These instructions will help you install Vivecraft client. The process of installation is the same for the initial installation and subsequent updates. Vivecraft can be installed multiple times using different options without issues.



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. Make sure the Minecraft Launcher is NOT running. 3. Run the Vivecraft Installer. There will be checkboxes for each installation option. Click on each option and you'll be able look at the contents. You should usually leave the defaults. - If you want support for Forge mods, check the Forge box. If Forge isn't detected by the installer it will download and run it for you. - Don't allocate more RAM than you actually require. 4GB is sufficient for all modpacks, excluding the most powerful.



4. Click on Install. The program will download some files and set up your launcher profile. 5. If you're using laptop. You have to make sure that the high-performance processor be enabled in the GPU control panels. Refer to the FAQ for more details. 6. Run the Minecraft Launcher. 7. The profile for Vivecraft should be already selected. If not, make sure that the'modified profile' checkbox is ticked. See image.



8. Minecraft Server Hosting Click Play.



Go to the How to play page for a comprehensive overview of VR features and tips. Refer to the FAQ if the game won't start or you encounter any problems.