Minecraft Update 2.14 Is Out, Here Are The Patch Notes
Minecraft has been updated to version 2.14 by Mojang. This update adds support for PSVR and more. Here are the complete patch notes.
PlayStation VR owners can finally play the game in PSVR. This update enables support for the VR headset offered by Sony. This update is available for free to all owners of the game. There are also various tweaks to let players enjoy Minecraft in VR including an Immersive and Living Room mode.
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The patch notes for Minecraft update 2.14 don’t mention any major bug fixes aside from the added support for the PSVR headset.
Minecraft Update 2.14 Patch Notes
You’ve been asking for it, and it’s here at last – PlayStation®VR support has arrived for Minecraft! Get ready to see the world from a whole new perspective with a DUALSHOCK®4 wireless controller, PlayStation®Camera, and PlayStation®VR headset starting today. Once you launch into the game, be sure to watch your step because those chickens may be larger than you initially thought.
- VR support is included free for all PlayStation®4 Minecraft owners
- Includes Immersive Mode and Living Room Mode to play the way you want
- Introduces a slew of new settings to customize your VR experience
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The game is available on a variety of platforms but VR support is only available for PC and PS4. This support has been patched in ahead of the launch of the PS5 which will reportedly allow backward compatible games to play at a faster and smoother frame rate.