Today Mojang and Microsoft are hosting Minecraft Live and they just announced that Minecraft will join Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Even more interestingly, subscribers won’t have to choose between the ever-divisive Bedrock and Java editions. Both will be available at no additional cost within the PC-centric service on November 2.
On top of this, we hear that the Caves & Cliffs Part II update will come in 1-2 months. This shouldn’t be surprising considering that the already-delayed update was slated for this Holiday season and there are two months left, but at least now we know that it won’t be delayed further.
That being said, something has been delayed. The new features related to the Deep Dark have been spun out into the next update coming in 2022.
Minecraft is currently available for basically everything with a chip, including PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, PS Vita, Xbox 360, Nintendo Switch, iOS, and Android. There probably are more devices, but I’ve lost track.
If you’re unfamiliar with this massively popular game, here’s an official description.
Get crafty and use the surrounding environment to gather building materials—see how breaking down trees can help you create something new.
Survive the Night
It’s always best to avoid the unpredictable by distancing yourself from wandering mobs—you never know what’ll happen if they get too close!
Build Something Amazing
Discover all the versatile ways dust from the Redstone ore can be used to enhance your creations, bring them to life, or give them some bang.