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Vivecraft requires the original PC Java edition of Minecraft.
Vivecraft supports Minecraft versions 1.7.10, and 1.10 through 1.19.2. See Downloads for individual links.
Vivecraft works best in roomscale with SteamVR-Compatible hardware such as the HTC Vive or Cosmos, Valve Index, Oculus Rift S, and WMR headsets.
Vivecraft can also be played on Mobile VR devices such as Oculus Quest, GearVR, PSVR, Daydream, Cardboard, or Vive Focus via SteamVR Emulators
Vivecraft works in single player, LAN multi-player, and server multi-player.
All standalone versions of Vivecraft include Optifine for performance and support shaders.
The Forge modding platform is supported on most standalone versions.
Starting with Minecraft 1.18, Vivecraft is available as a Fabric and Forge compatible mixin mod.
Server plugins are available for Spigot and Forge to enhance your VR multiplayer experience.
Are you a streamer? Vivecraft supports Mixed Reality and undistorted desktop mirroring.
The Vivecraft NonVR Companion mod allows your non-vr friends to see your head and hand movements in multiplayer
Optimized for standing play with motion controllers, also supports seated play with mouse & keyboard.
Vivecraft started out in 2013 as Minecrift by mabrowning and StellaArtois as a seated-VR mod for the Oculus Rift development kits. In early 2016 it was ported to OpenVR by Automat-GH, who also added the original implementations of teleporting and roomscale play under the name Minecrift-Vive. In mid-2016 jrbudda and Techjar began updating the mod and have since added many features and improved compatibility with the greater Minecraft community. The project was renamed Vivecraft to help differentiate from the previous versions. In 2022 the Vivecraft codebase was ported to work as a mixin-based mod for Fabric or Forge by FerriArnus and fayer3.