Microsoft’s E3 press conference was a mostly subdued event. Words like “safe” and “uninspired” best describe their strategy with headliners like Halo, Gears of War, Forza. All names that we know and have played a thousand times.
The same is true of Minecraft — although in terms of age it is a much newer franchise. Except the Minecraft demo shown at E3 was anything but conservative. It blew the crowd away with cutting edge Virtual Reality utilizing the new Microsoft HoloLens VR headset.
The HoloLens will let you completely immerse yourself in the Minecraft world. But even cooler than that, you can use real-world objects like a table to display a hologram.