Minecraft is coming out with a new augmented reality version this summer called Minecraft Earth. People who have built their Minecraft worlds from all across the globe will be able to see them for real.
This game will be just like Pokemon Go. It might even be better. Microsoft released their Official trailer for the game this Friday.
Minecraft Earth: What’s in the trailer?
It can be seen in the trailer that there is a girl who is a teenager. She moves into her new home along with her dad and she skateboards across her town. The girl also engages with Minecraft Earth creations that can be seen spread all through her neighborhood.
The game is completely free to play. The app’s website says that users will be able to build their creations along with their friends and also place them in the real world. The creations will be life-size.
The players will also have to engage and fight with the living creatures inside the game which are known as mobs.
What the developers have to say?
The app developers have said that you can also work on small scale builds before hopping onto larger scale builds. You can do it all with your friends.
We have tried to stay very true to the kind of core design pillars of Minecraft, and we’ve worked with the design team in Stockholm to make sure that the spirit of the game is carried through,”
Torfi Olafsson, Minecraft Earth’s game director said.
This summer, Minecraft earth will be available in a closed beta but the app wants to bring Minecraft earth to the complete globe.
We have covered the entire planet in Minecraft,”
Every lake is a place you can fish, every park is a place you can chop down trees. We’ve actually taken maps of the entire world and converted them to Minecraft.”
Features are a plethora in Minecraft Earth and the game will include the natural geography by eclosing players in its gameplay.
Shenanigans will come from when people have different opinions about what needs to happen, or they band together and do something meaningful.”
said Saxs Persson, creative director of Minecraft.
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