Minecraft Earth will be closed later this year.
Microsoft’s augmented reality games for Android and iOS, My world earth, Will be closed on June 30.
According to the official blog post, the logo of free movement and collaborative gaming has become “almost impossible” due to the current global situation.
The article read: “As a result, we made the difficult decision to reallocate our resources to other areas that provide value to the Minecraft community, and terminate support for Minecraft Earth in June 2021.”
As the last hula, a final version of the game has been released. It contains changes that will allow you to design and build indoors safely while staying safe.
This includes deleting real currency transactions, reducing ruby costs, and publishing all completed and unpublished content currently being published. You can also reduce the time requirements for manual and smelting.
The team will also replace unused manual and smelting enhancements with the same level of radius enhancement, and if you log in between January 5th and June 30th, you can grant a set of Character Creator items.
Hope this will bring you a lot of work, until July 1st, all Minecraft Earth player data not related to character creators and Minecoin rights will be deleted.
If you have any ruby balance you have paid, you will get Minecoins and you can buy skins and texture packs, maps, and even mini games on the Minecraft market. In addition, if you have ever purchased a product in the game, you will get a free Minecraft Bedrock version, so you can start over.
The game was announced in May 2019 and then entered the beta and early access later in the same year. Similar to Pokemon Go, it has a virtual world layered on top of the real world. Through the phone screen, you can mine resources and build and create with others in the shared world.