Minecraft Earth Beta to Take Over the Planet This Month

Alonzo Simpson
July 14, 2019

Minecraft Earth, an all-new mobile AR version of the global sensation sandbox building and survival game, is coming to iOS later this month and Android "soon thereafter" according to the official blog. Check it out below. Microsoft began to talk up Minecraft Earth in May, and for those who liked what Microsoft was cooking up, the beta for the game is now available. Over time, you'll get the chance to breed unique variants, and use them to populate your builds.

Minecraft Earth highlights a significant number of the crowds that you know and love, alongside a lot of new ones. The developers announced that they are working on creating Minecraft Earth with the same mechanics as the highly successful AR game. Naturally, they're called "tappables" in Minecraft Earth. The game will offer the same set of rules of the original Minecraft game.

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The gameplay follows based on the location data of the users and there will be a special leaderboard for each gamer to keep an eye on the activities. Signing up doesn't guarantee you'll be picked to take part. It takes advantage of augmented reality to bring your creations to life in the real world. You may want a Microsoft or Xbox Live account to register, however as soon as you have signed up there's nothing left to do but wait, and prepare to build. In any case, if we sign up to play this version, we will receive a free dress for Minecraft Earth and Minecraft Bedrock. Well, if you've been waiting for more information about this game, then here's some good news for you all. You'll also need to have an iOS device that's compatible, namely sporting iOS 10 or higher. Other Minecraft users can hold up their devices and explore our creations over the Real World.

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