Minecraft Is Coming To Samsung Gear VR

Minecraft Is Coming To Samsung Gear VR

Minecraft was released in 2009, while the Gear VR was released in November last year. The game, as well as the virtual reality headset, both shot to fame quickly. So the combination of these two is something to look forward to. One of the best games is coming to one of the excellent gaming platforms. Read on for details.


Virtual Reality is the future of tech. Having said that, the present is adapting itself pretty well with the technology. Considering the popularity of virtual reality headsets even before they have properly hit the markets, well-known brands are now jumping into the domain. Everyone is trying their best to bring popular games like Minecraft to their headsets.

Recently, the news was that Star Wars: Trials of Tattoine is coming to HTC Vive, a VR headset ahead in the race due to its front-fitted camera. The trailer has also been released. And here comes news of Minecraft coming to Samsung Gear VR.

According to a report published by Engadget, “This new version is expected to be similar to the one from Oculus Rift, which we played recently and found quite impressive.” Other than announcing Minecraft for Samsung Gear VR at the Game Developers Conference held in San Francisco, Microsoft did not give out other details, like the release date or how much it will cost you.

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According to a report published on Mashable, “In addition to VR versions, Microsoft’s also planning to release a holographic version of the game for its HoloLens augmented-reality headset.” Minecraft is already available on PC, PS4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Wii U. Speaking of mobile versions, Microsoft has also made the game available on iOS and Android phones.

It is safe to say that the company is cashing in on Minecraft’s popularity in every possible way. Virtual reality, primarily a gaming platform, is perfect for Minecraft. As and when the release date comes out, we will report about it.

Also Read: Gear VR Headset: Here’s How To Set It Up With Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

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