Obviously, there will be game sessions that will take advantage of virtual reality and thanks to which we can build together with other players.
The players can do a lot more in the game than building and destroying blocks.
The Minecraft Earth beta is almost here, and if you want to start making your blocky virtual mark on the real world as soon as possible, you'll want a quick rundown of all the details. Friends can place objects and blocks that they have collected from the rest of the world, or they can mine or remove them from the build plate. Half a month prior, we got our first take a gander at Minecraft Earth, an AR adaptation of the prevalent title. It was demonstrated onstage while not much was revealed about the exact experience of the Game. Today, some ongoing interaction film has developed showing that the game may enter a shut beta stage soon.
The closed beta will be compatible with both Android and iOS devices so it doesn't matter which of the two platforms you're on, you will however need to have a device that runs either Android 7 or later, or iOS 10. It was not surprising since the demo happened to appear to Apple first. Only some users can access this trial period, and to ensure a space in it, you can follow the following steps. The age limit has been set at 18 years or above. If you don't, your slot will be given to someone else so the developers can retain an active pool of testers. A Microsoft or Xbox Live Account is required to sign up.
If you are lucky enough to bag an invite, the new beta trailer below shows you what you can expect from Minecraft Earth early on.
The participation will be limited to numbers according to location.
Before trying, make sure your mobile meets the requirements.