The Global Takeover Of 'Minecraft Earth Beta Its Launch Date Is This Month
It's been a few months since we first heard about Minecraft Earth, the augmented virtual reality version of Mojang's game that gives the real world playscape full of your blocksy creations. It promised a beta release of the game to be available this summer , and now, along with a new trailer, the company says it will be available on iOS within the next two weeks with Android following "soon thereafter."
After seeing live gameplay at WWDC last month, the launch of iOS-first shouldn't be too surprising. MINECRAFT SERVER LIST While the new trailer offers a lot of info on how to play the game and what it will be like, interested players might wish to go back to the Apple demo to get more feel for the experience to share the virtual Minecraft world with their friends. The virtual world will overlay the real world.
You'll have to sign up on this page to play the free game. According to the FAQ, your device should be running iOS 10 or Android 7. Access is restricted while they work out load on the game's servers, however you'll need to be active in order to remain in it -- if you do not play for seven days then someone else will take your slot. You'll need a Microsoft or Xbox Live account to register after which once you've signed up , there's nothing to do other than wait, and then get ready to build.
Think you're living a good life? It's about get even more beta! A few locations will be receiving the Minecraft Earth closed beta. Register now to be the first to play Minecraft Earth!
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