Vivecraft players can join any Minecraft server running the same base version. You can play with others whether or not they use Vivecraft. If you are looking for a server to play on check out the Server Listings page.
Vivecraft Server Plugins
It is strongly recommended that server owners install a Vivecraft plugin, otherwise the following limitations apply:
- Teleporting may not be allowed. Vivecraft will notify you if you turn on Teleport mode and the server has not indicated it is running a Vivecraft Server Plugin. Attempting to teleport in this case will result in ‘rubberbanding’ back to your original location.
- Arrows and Projectiles will spawn at your face, not controller. Aim accordingly.
- Arrows will do normal damage.
- The direction your player model looks will vary depending on activity and does not follow the HMD direction.
- Endermen aggro will use the pointing direction and not the look direction
How to set up a Spigot Server
Vivecraft Spigot Extensions, maintained by jaron780, is the official server plugin for bukkit/spigot. Available for 1.7.10, 1.10, and 1.11.x
Downloads for 1.10+
Downloads for 1.7.10
How to set up a Forge Server
Vivecraft Forge Extensions, maintained by Techjar, is the mod for Forge Multiplayer. The 1.7.10 version should be used on both client and server. The later versions are server-only.
Downloads for 1.7.10 Downloads for 1.10.2 Downloads for 1.11.2
If you join a server not running a Vivecraft Server Plugin, arc teleporting will attempt to use a /tp command to move the player. You can thus allow teleporting by giving the Vive player the appropriate Op level or permission. This may generate a large number of teleport messages in the chat. These can be disabled with
/gamerule sendCommandFeedback false