The early access launch of Minecraft Earth is finally spreading to countries around the world, although it is not necessarily available where it might be expected. Mojang and Microsoft have confirmed that the augmented reality game is now available on Android and iOS in nine countries. The United Kingdom is the most recent addition, but it has also been available for a few days in Australia, Canada, Iceland, Mexico, New Zealand, the Philippines, South Korea and Sweden.
You have probably noticed that the US UU. And most other countries are not on that list. You will have to wait for developers to take the Earth to more countries in the “coming weeks.” The creators clearly want to make sure the title is ready for a large-scale release. As it stands, the early access version is not a complete reflection of what the game will eventually include. You may be missing out, but your patience could be rewarded with more content in the long term.
Some features of Minecraft Earth
- Collecting: Minecraft Earth features many of the mobs that Minecraft players know and love (and potentially hate), along with new ones. The more you play, the higher the chance of discovering unique variants and using them to populate your builds.
- Exploring: You can explore the world around you to gather resources, take on challenges, and experience a whole new blocky world.
- Collaborating: You can team up with other Minecraft Earth players to craft together! You know what they say – it takes a village to craft a whole bunch of Minecraft creations, or something like that.
- Surviving: You can battle Minecraft mobs in real life! Just make sure you don’t stand too close to the Creepers.
Minecraft Earth should be available worldwide by the end of 2019. The game will support the same languages as the normal vanilla Minecraft. To play Minecraft Earth, you will need a mobile device that runs at least Android 7 or iOS 10. You will also need a Microsoft or Xbox Live login account.
If you are in one of these locations, you can verify Google Play if you use Android or iTunes App Store if you use iOS devices.
This mobile augmented reality game is similar to the original experience and focuses on gathering structures, building resources, exploring and creating. Only now he is using AR technology to transfer the game to the real world. In addition, you can now play and build structures together with other players, participate in meetings, etc. The meeting process is done by touching the game map and the “tappables” resources. Access adventures in a similar way, which can be specific tasks or puzzles, or any number of missions. The collaboration with another player in the construction process is carried out in “construction plates”, which will be easily accessible and visible through the interface menu.
This game strives to fulfill its title and the plan is to take it worldwide, so more countries will soon be covered, as Mojang promises. Early access allows access to building boards where you can try the gameplay for the first time and develop your design. Other players can access your Minecraft dioramas and, as mentioned, they can build together.