At Minecon, Mojang and Microsoft announced the next big update for the blocky adventure game.
Minecraft is a craft ’em up extravaganza taking place in a blocky, Lego-like world. Users can mine resources, build huge castles, and even craft complex machines using the game’s circuit logic and other mechanisms.
The team at Microsoft has been hard at work on a new engine for the game, that allows it to run across Windows 10, iOS, Android, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch using the same codebase. Players on the “bedrock” editions of the game can all connect and play together on rentable dedicated servers known as Minecraft Realms.
What’s next for Minecraft, you might be asking? Well, in a recent interview Microsoft spilled all the beans to us.