- Minecraft World introduces Player Journal and updated challenges today
- Newly added new features have recently included Adventure Crystals and Planetary Sharing
It's been almost six months since the first touch came in and the property was built Minecraft World for our beginnings issue early. We have spent these six months exploring, building, and collecting feedback from our players to create an ever-changing and changing image.
Today, we're excited to share the new tools and features we've been working on:
- Player Journal, released today, provides a way to collect and track the various crowds and blocks collected and earn rewards for unique items. You might even say that this provides a way to gain bragging rights among your friends!
- Today we also released an update on Challenges
- Adventure crystals, released on March 25, provide players with an easy way to experience Adventures (previously tied to a virtual environment) in their home, behind them, or wherever they are. Players collect this by tappable and can give it to you at any time and at any time to play and earn rewards. Normal crystals are offered as daily rewards, but you need to find the chest within the ads to find the crystals and the emergence of the higher order!
- Building Link Sharing, released on April 14, allowing players to share theirs Minecraft World nature and friends simply send them the link they produce in game or on social media. But don't worry – shared links are a real-world copy, so your little brother can't destroy your art work.
The Minecraft World The team and I also want to take a moment to accept the current state of COVID-19. We've been adapting the game properly for the past few weeks by increasing spawn and tappable levels, introducing Adventure Crystals and removing location-based dependencies, and trying to find ways to help power Minecraft World Players to continue building, crafts, entertainment and mine from the safety of their homes.
Minecraft World ready to keep growing as we constantly develop new tools, experiences and features. Much of this growth is due to the important community feedback we've received so far, so we'd like to say "thank you" and stay tuned – there's more to come in the coming months.