Minecraft Earth is a new augmented reality title for smartphones. A Minecraft Earth Beta version of the upcoming game is now available for prospective players on Android.
Join Minecraft Earth Beta on the Minecraft official web site
As in the case of other games which employed the same strategy users have the option to pre-register for Minecraft Earth. Google Play Store will send a notification when the game is available, but a definitive release date is not available at this point.
Those who wish to try Minecraft Earth Beta before the stable version is released have the option to join a closed beta program by visiting the official Minecraft official website. A valid Microsoft or Xbox Live account is required for registration. The game should work on Android devices which run Android 7.0 Nougat or better and are compatible with ARCore.
Minecraft is one of the most popular games in the world, with over 100 million active players each month. The original version of the game, which is also known as the Minecraft Java edition, was released almost a decade ago as an alpha. Players who opted to buy the game gained access to regular updates, which added a lot of content as time passed.
Minecraft is one of the most popular games ever
A mobile version was released exclusively for the Sony Xperia Play smartphone in 2011. After the deal expired the game, to Android, iOS, Fire OS and Windows Phones. It was also released for many of the popular gaming consoles, including the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Minecraft was created by Markus ‘’Notch’’ Persson, who also founded Mojang AB. It was inspired by games like Dungeon Keeper, Infiniminer and Dwarf Fortress. Players can interact with the game world by, making and placing different types of blocks to build a large variety of constructions and useful items.
According to the official description, Minecraft Earth promises a new experience as players will get a chance to explore, harvest materials, and tackle challenges in the real world. It will be available for free.
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