Today, Microsoft is releasing the 1.2.5 update for Minecraft. This new version brings support for the Windows Mixed Reality Platform. Windows 10 Players can now use their Windows Mixed Reality headset to craft, explore and survive. While the game already had support for the Oculus Rift and Gear VR, the Windows Mixed Reality Platform was still missing.
Windows 10 users running the version 1.2.5 of Minecraft can get the game on their headset right away without needing to do anything else. You can interact in your Minecraft world using the Motion Controllers. Minecraft is really a fantastic game especially when you get the chance to play it in a real 3D environment.
With todays update, Microsoft is also integrating their broadcasting platform Mixer into the game. Mixer is already part of Windows 10 but the direct integration into the game enables more opportunities. You can now broadcast your gameplay without installing the Mixer app separately.
Version 1.2.5 is currently rolling out to the Minecraft Windows 10 edition and should be available on your devices soon.