Stranger Things quickly joined the list of popular Netflix original series when the first season was launched last year. Netflix has now released the second season and as fans bingewatch the series, they will also be able to get their hands on a Stranger Things skin pack for Minecraft. The Stranger Things skin pack for Minecraft features costumes from the entire cast so if you’re a fan of the series, […]
Microsoft’s latest limited edition Xbox One S bundle is an ode to Minecraft fans. It’s catering to those fans now as Microsoft owns Mojang, the studio behind Minecraft. The Xbox One S Minecraft limited edition bundle has gone on sale today. The console looks like it’s straight out of Minecraft and that’s something that many of the game’s fans are going to appreciate.
Earlier yesterday it was reported that Microsoft might have a Minecraft version of the Xbox One S in the works. Turns out the report was true because at Gamescom 2017, Microsoft has officially taken the wraps off the Minecraft Xbox One S bundle, which is actually a limited edition bundle for collectors and fans of the Minecraft game out there.
It has only been a couple of weeks since Telltale Games announced the return of Minecraft Story Mode. The first season was released last year and fans have certainly been looking forward to the new episodes. The first episode is already out and Telltale Games has now confirmed when it’s going to release the Minecraft Story Mode Season 2 Episode 2.
Back in June during E3 2017, Microsoft and Mojang announced that Minecraft would be getting an update called “Better Together”. Ultimately what will be happening in this update is that Minecraft would be getting cross-platform support, which means that regardless of which platform you are playing on, you will be able to play with other Minecraft gamers.
Gamers might have heard that Minecraft will be getting a boost in the graphics department where an update will give the game a 4K upgrade. However it seems that based on the announcement, the Switch is being left out of the upgrade, which we guess isn’t surprising since the Switch’s hardware isn’t exactly the top-of-the-line.
Minecraft fans who liked the first season of the game’s Story Mode will be excited to find out that the second season has been released today. Yes, Minecraft Story Mode Season 2 is available starting today. The first of five episodes from the new season are available for download on a wide variety of platforms.
At E3 2017, one of the changes that Microsoft announced would be coming to Minecraft would be in the form of a 4K update. The game’s developer Mojang is expected to release an update called the Super Duper Graphics Pack which will bring 4K graphics to the game, along with a ton of visual improvements.
As you might heard, some rather big news came out of E3 in the form of Minecraft where Microsoft announced that they would be making the game cross-platform compatible. This means that gamers across multiple platforms would be able to play the game together, whether they be on mobile, the Nintendo Switch, or the Xbox One.
During E3 2017 yesterday, Microsoft announced that Minecraft would be cross-platform compatible, in which gamers on different gaming platforms such as mobile, PC, or console, will be able to play with each other. This covered pretty much every console out there, including the Nintendo Switch.
The way Minecraft has been designed, it is pretty obvious that going for realistic graphics was never the intention. In fact the developers at Mojang appear to be pretty pleased with the blocky design of the game, and judging from the legions of fans around the world, gamers don’t seem to be too fussed either.
The thing about PC gaming is that regardless of whatever PC brand or build or operating system version, PC gamers can play multiplayer games together as long as they are able to run the game on their computer. When it comes to consoles, it’s an entirely different story, but cross-platform play is something that is being worked towards.
If you liked the first season of Minecraft: Story Mode, you’re going to love what Mojang has announced today. The Minecraft developer has confirmed that it’s going to release Minecraft: Story Mode season 2 in the near future. A new five-part Story Mode saga is going to be released by Mojang next month. It follows the first season which had eight episodes that were spread out over 2015 and 2016.
If there is one criticism about the Nintendo Switch it is that its games don’t look quite as graphically pleasing compared to platforms like the PS4/PS4 Pro or the Xbox One. An example would be Minecraft for the Switch which was revealed to run at 720p, which had some wondering why did Microsoft make the decision, or was it because of hardware limitations?