The first launch of iOS is not surprising after we had our first glimpse of the game live at WWDC last month. While this new trailer contains plenty of information on how you will play the game, interested players may want to review the Apple demo to get a better idea of what it will be like to share a virtual Minecraft world with their friends who covers reality one.
To be one of the first players with access, you need to register for the free game here (you will need a device running iOS 10 or Android 7 to participate, according to the FAQ). Access is limited while they are working on the game's servers. However, you must remain active to stay in the game. If you do not play for seven days, someone will not be able to play. other will get your place. You will need a Microsoft or Xbox Live account to sign up, but once you have signed up, there is nothing left to wait, and get ready to create.
Do you think life is beautiful? It's about to get even BETA! The closed beta of Minecraft Earth goes to a few selected sites. Learn what to expect and sign up to try your luck!
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