QuestCraft – A port of Minecraft: Java Edition to the Meta Quest Platform. With the power of PojavLauncher

What is QuestCraft? An Introduction

QuestCraft is a new mod for Minecraft Java that enables VR compatibility for Minecraft Java. QuestCraft’s unveiling was accompanied by a clip showcasing the mod in action, which was released earlier this week. You can enable full head tracking in Minecraft and modify UI elements like menus to function in VR, such as allowing you to move items around in a pop-up inventory window. Touch controls are also possible, although only to a limited extent. Although you may move your arms about, it looks that the majority of interactions are button-based.

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QuestCraft, which acts as a ‘wrapper’ that launches Minecraft on your quest, requires an existing version of Minecraft Java. It’s now in beta, and the performance isn’t fantastic. This is because Minecraft is a really badly optimized game”.

Why QuestCraft?

The quick answer to why you’d want a slightly janky VR mod for Minecraft Java instead of the official Minecraft VR app is because Minecraft Java allows a large selection of mods that are either not supported at all by the Bedrock edition or must be purchased separately. If all you want to do in VR is play vanilla Minecraft, the official app is the way to go. However, if you have your own Java-based Minecraft server with a number of mods, or simply don’t want to buy Minecraft again, QuestCraft lets you enter that world and gaze at it in stereoscopic 3D.

Minecraft Virtual Reality has been around for a long time. It’s a Bedrock Edition exclusive, which is unfortunate for Java Edition gamers, but it’s still one of the greatest ways to play the game.

Fortunately, most things are possible through mods for those same Java users. These aren’t Mojang-approved or official, but they let gamers perform a lot of things that Bedrock players can’t.

The QuestCraft mod, for example, allows players to experiment with virtual reality in Minecraft Java Edition.

QuestCraft Guides

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The beta version of QuestCraft is still in the works. While gamers can take advantage of it now and check it out, it is still a long way from the polished, full product that will be accessible in the future.

This means that there will probably be bugs, problems, and other issues from time to time. Because the Java Edition is the least optimized version of the game, it may be difficult to support VR technology.

For this to work, gamers will need a Quest 2. The goal is that the game will be available in a more official manner by the time Quest 3 is released.

Installation Instruction

PLEASE NOTE: In order to install QuestCraft, you must have an Internet Connection in order for the inital setup to succeed. Furthermore, you MUST own a legal, valid copy of Minecraft: Java Edition to play!

First, you need to install the QuestCraft APK to your VR Headset using SideQuest (available on Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android) or with QuestToolbox (Available on Windows, Auto Installer coming to QuestToolbox soon).

Next, open the QuestCraft launcher on your headset. Be sure to allow it to install any necessary files, and to grant it all requested permissions. Once complete, follow the on-screen prompts to enter your Minecraft login details and click the Install button to install QuestCraft’s remaining required files.

And boom! You have successfully installed QuestCraft on your VR headset! To play, simply press the Play button and wait for it to load, it might take a while depending on headset age and model.

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FAQS

  1. Make sure to enable “Keep Me Logged In”
  2. Log into your Microsoft account.

The game is loading. Do not force close the game. That is the solution.

  1. Take the server.dat file from your PC’s .minecraft and move it to android/data/net.kdt.pojavlaunch.debug/files/.minecraft.
  2. To install mods please go to android/data/net.kdt.pojavlaunch.debug/files/.minecraft/mods and place the FABRIC mod into the folder.
  1. Open your Singleplayer world
  2. Go to the Pause Menu
  3. Press “Open to LAN”
  4. Optionally, re-open the Singleplayer world to close the LAN connection
  1. Cloud settings crash QC
  2. Artifacting on Fast & Fancy Settings
  3. Crashes on render distance change

Yes! You can play multilplayer with your Java friends, though, they cannot see your movements.

Given your settings, the average frames are 40-60fps.

Not Currently

No, you cannot, but it is planned

It is planned to be implemented later

This is normal, give it time to load.

Yes, however there is no official support for this yet and you will have to follow another member

Buy Minecraft, or if you do own minecraft then migrate and make sure you login with Microsoft. Also keep in mind to select the Keep Me Logged In option

This is normal, Do not try to install it yourself, it will crash