A virtual reality adventure for virtual reality enthusiasts will hit the Oculus Rift in the second half of the year.
Dream MineCraft is a VR adventure game that brings Minecraft’s world of virtual worlds to life with a wide variety of interactive experiences.
The game’s main theme is the exploration of new land and a new world.
The game uses Oculus Rift’s “sensors” for movement and motion tracking, and will support Oculus Rift head-tracking, VR audio, and more.
The Rift is a $300 headset that lets you control a character in a virtual environment with the touch of a button.
It also has a built-in controller that lets players use the headset to move objects and interact with objects in the virtual world.
There’s a VR version of Dream MineCraft in development by developer GameLab Games and will be released as an Oculus Rift title, according to a blog post from GameLab.
It will be “a fully playable VR experience that brings the worlds of Minecraft to life in a whole new way,” GameLab’s Mark Smith wrote.
The developer has partnered with Oculus VR to bring Dream Minecraft to Oculus Rift.
This is one of many VR games on the Oculus store, which was founded in 2014 to bring VR games to the market.
This is not the first time VR games have made it to Oculus, but this is the first Oculus Rift VR game.
The Oculus Rift is currently available for $799 on the company’s website and can be purchased with an Oculus Touch or Oculus Touch controllers.
GameLab Games is a New Zealand-based developer.
Smith said Dream MineCatch, which he described as a “first-person puzzle adventure game,” will be available for the Oculus Touch and Oculus Touch controller.
GameLab is also working on a VR game called Minecraft: The Game that will run on Oculus Rift and Oculus Home.