Mojang has announced the end of Minecraft Earth, the mobile augmented reality version of the popular game. Minecraft Earth was launched gradually in 2019 (it arrived in Europe in November) and your support will end in June 2021.
Minecraft Earth is a new victim of the coronavirus pandemic which, according to Mojang, “made almost impossible” the two pillars on which the game is based: “free movement and collaborative play”. The game you received your last update
Minecraft Earth prepares for burial
Minecraft’s Pokémon Go won’t survive the second half of 2021: Minecraft Earth will close in June 2021 although, as a consolation, the game has received a final update with the latest version of the game and this brings some changes to the game to “make it as fun as possible”.
In this way, in-app purchases are eliminated, prices are significantly reduced, includes all the extra content for the game they had ready, the creation and casting time is reduced, the boosts of Arts and crafts and a cast that you haven’t used by radio boosts of the same level and an item set is awarded to the character creator for those who log into the game.
Players who own Rubies will receive Minecoins, which can be used in the Minecraft Market to purchase skins, texture packs, maps, and mini-games. If you’ve already made an in-app purchase in Minecraft Earth, you’ll receive a free copy of Minecraft (Bedrock Edition).
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