Starting September 22, you will be able to play Minecraft in virtual reality on PlayStation 4 using the PSVR headset. Mojang Studios announced Minecraft’s PSVR support earlier this month, but did not give a date for when it would be available until now. PlayStation’s Twitter also initially posted that the update was out today, September 21; however, that tweet was deleted. A new announcement with September 22 as the release date was shared, and we can assume that’s the actual delivery date.
Minecraft’s PSVR support will come in a free update. In a PlayStation Blog post, Mojang made sure to emphasize that Minecraft in virtual reality will have the game’s full range of functionality and content.
It’s a given that you will need a PSVR headset, but you’ll also need a DualShock 4 controller to play the game in VR mode. There will also be two ways to play Minecraft