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(Availability) (Bedrock) Porting to HTC Vive

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    QuackAsian commented
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    If I recall correctly, Oculus signed a business deal with Microsoft for exclusivity.

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    The person above me (or below), named QuackAsian, I have a word to your comment - "If I recall correctly, Oculus signed a business deal with Microsoft for exclusivity"

    I'm not too inclined in legalities and I haven't heard about such deals. But would such a plan mean that vivecraft won't be possible?

    I really love this idea, to allow bedrock edition for the vive VR headsets. Especially since my friends are all bound to the Xbox.

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    SpicyBoii99 commented
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    I would love if this became a thing vivecraft is fun and i enjoy however all of my friends are stuck on xbox it would be great if i could use my vive with my friends 

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    Jamesbdigital commented
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    I have been waiting for this since minecraft bedrock got VR versions. 

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    I feel that this would be a great addition. If it is on the Rift, it should be on the Vive too.

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    I have the Gear VR Minecraft bedrock edition but friend have other devices and VR sets. Now with bedrock Ray Tracing for bedrock it would be fantastic! Also our server is bedrock

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    Braden123135 commented
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    The bedrock vr solution is exlusive to three vr platforms, none of which are OpenVR (and effectively every other headset). Hopefully the exclusivity deal is not forever!

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    H4X0R C0N5013 commented
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    Would Re-Vive not work? It's a project (which is backed by Oculus' founder) which lets you play Oculus game on non-Oculus hardware.