Out of all of the announcements out of Oculus Connect 2, the idea of the Windows 10-powered Minecraft working on the Oculus Rift would be the most exciting - at least, for Minecraft fans.
Oculus announced the news, saying that the Oculus Rift-capable version of Minecraft would be released in the spring with more details coming "soon". Other than that, Oculus founder and flip flop enthusiast Palmer Luckey celebrated the news by throwing Minecraft swag into the crowd. He added: "My work here is done".
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