There’s no wonder why so many versions of Minecraft became available in the recent past. The classical game easily sits among the first three best-selling titles of all time, although we’re living times when most top-rated games are demanding a lot of hardware power.
The classical Minecraft even works on 180 MB of HDD available for the PC. But now the legendary game goes Virtual Reality mode, which means that it will demand better hardware specs.
Don’t miss Minecraft’s PlayStation VR update
The update became free to grab from the PlayStation Store if you own an original copy of Minecraft for PlayStation. As you’ve already guessed, and as the developer Mojang Studios announced recently, Minecraft is now playable on Sony’s PlayStation VR platform. Players will have to use a PS4 controller in order to wander across the well-known worlds made of blocks.
As the description from the PlayStation Store says:
Explore randomly generated worlds and build amazing things from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. Play in creative mode with unlimited resources or mine deep into the world in survival mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off the dangerous mobs. This version will let you play together across different devices, access a multitude of content through the in-game Store and get all future game updates.
There’s also no need to worry that you won’t get the same trademark features of the Minecraft gameplay once you give the VR version a try. Mojang itself revealed for the public that there are no major changes beyond several interface tweaks. That means that the player will be able to build pretty much anything he wants and engage into other exciting in-game deeds, just like in the usual Minecraft way.
Feel free to tell us about your own personal thoughts regarding the Virtual Reality mode of Minecraft!