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The "Minecraft Earth" Beta Begins Its Global Takeover This Month
It's been a couple of months since we first learned about Minecraft Earth, the augmented virtual reality version of Mojang's game that gives the real world playscape full of your blocky creations. The company promised that an alpha version of the game would be out this summer. Now, with a new trailer for the game, the company has announced that it will launch on iOS within the next two weeks. Android will follow "soon thereafter."
After seeing live gameplay at WWDC last month, the release of iOS-first is not surprising. While the new trailer offers a lot of info on how you'll play the game and what it will be like, interested players might wish to go back to the Apple demo to get a experience of what it will be like to share the virtual Minecraft world with their friends that overlays the real one.
To be one of the first players to have access, you'll need sign up for the game right here (you'll require a smartphone with at minimum iOS 10 or Android 7 to be able to play, according to the FAQ). Access to the game is limited because they are adjusting load to servers. However, you must be active to continue playing. minecraft servers minecraft servers If you don't play for seven consecutive days, another player will take your slot. To register, you will need an Microsoft or Xbox Live account. Once you've registered, there is nothing more than to wait and build.
Are you thinking that life is great? It's about get even more beta! Some areas will be getting the Minecraft Earth closed beta. Register to get your chance to play Minecraft Earth!
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- Minecraft Earth (@minecraftearth) July 11, 2019