Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition said to get Oculus Rift support next week

Microsoft revealed two weeks ago, that the Windows 10 Edition of Minecraft will be updated to support Oculus Rift in August, and now a developer has confirmed that it will be coming next week.

The launch date for Oculus Rift support in the beta version of Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition was set for the 15th of August, but seems to have been pushed back a few days. The game's fans, however, shouldn't be too worried as it is said to be arriving in the next week.

Minecraft: Pocket Edition developer, Tommaso Checch, posted the following tweet confirming the delay:

​As we already know, the update will be provided for free to existing owners of Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition. The game is already available for Gear VR users, but the experience could be more immersive with the powerful Oculus Rift.


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