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Minecraft: Java Edition. Available on the Minecraft website. - Java. Available here. SteamVR installed and configured. - A SteamVR compatible headset like the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift, Valve Index or Windows MR. OR A non-compatible headset like Oculus Quest 1, 2, GearVR, Google Cardboard or Vive Focus. A computer capable of running VR on a dedicated GPU. Integrated Intel graphics are not supported. Gaming laptops frequently require special configuration to use the dedicated GPU for Minecraft. For more details, refer to the FAQ. - Either standing motion controls or the keyboard and mouse. Gamepads aren't currently supported.


Vivecraft is available in various Minecraft versions. All versions include Optifine which supports shaders, dynamic lights, and other graphical improvements. 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 available for VR players. The NonVR (2D) Client is for desktop gamers who wish to see VR animations or LAN-host. The Spigot plugin allows animations on a Spigot server. The Forge server mod is to allow animations on the Forge server.

The links will take you to the release page for the file. The downloads are available in the Assets section on Github. This page is shared by VR and NONVR clients.

For directions on how to create an Vivecraft compatible multiplayer server, please go to the Multiplayer page.

Current Versions

1.18.2 Alpha builds are now available.

Older Versions

These versions are not suitable for updates and may not include all the features listed on this site.

Installing Vivecraft

Installation is easy. Follow these instructions to install the Vivecraft client. The installation process is the same for the initial installation and subsequent updates. Vivecraft can be installed multiple times, with various options, without issue.

1. Run the Minecraft Launcher on your PC at least once to make the game folders. You don't need to actually start the game. Close the launcher. 2. Make sure the Minecraft Launcher is NOT running. 3. Run Minecraft crafting . Check the checkboxes for installation options and hover your mouse over each option to view what it does. It is generally recommended to leave the defaults. If you need assistance with Forge mods, make sure to check the Forge box. If the installer fails to recognize Forge already installed it will download and run the installer on your behalf. Do not assign more RAM than you'll need. 4GB is more than enough for all but the largest modpacks.

4. Click Install. The program will download some files and create your launcher profile. 5. If you're running a laptop. You need to enable the high-performance processor be enabled in the gpu control panels. For more details, refer to the FAQ. 6. Run the Minecraft Launcher. 7. The profile for Vivecraft should already be selected, If is it not, ensure the 'modded' profiles checkbox is checked. Check the image.

8. Click Play.

Go to the How to play page for a comprehensive overview of VR features and helpful tips. Please refer to the FAQ if the game won't launch or you have any problems.