Microsoft has pushed Minecraft Earth live to iOS and Android users in the United States in early access, meaning that pretty much anyone can download the preview and start exploring Microsoft's virtual world. Mojang have the list of countries here and are constantly adding to it, so check there if your country doesn't yet have the early access for Minecraft Earth. Minecraft Earth, as some of you may already know, is Microsoft's Pokemon GO competitor. Now here's what you need to do to download the app. Just make sure that you have a compatible iPhone or a smartphone running Android 8.0 and up.
Minecraft Earth's exploration screen. It will prompt you to allow the app to access your camera while, download in-game updates, enter your Microsoft account email and password, and then finally read and accept the game's Terms of Service. These events will feature a "customized adventure" as a way for players to get their hands-on exclusive access to the all-new, Jolly Llama mob in-game before it's globally available in December. Per the release, the game lets players trawl through their neighbourhoods to collect resources, collaborate on builds with other players, and battle Minecraft mobs.More news: Google Stadia will launch with precious few features
So head on over to Google Play right now and check out this brand new AR take on Minecraft. What do you think of Minecraft Earth so far?
Like the smash hit Pokémon Go, Minecraft Earth layers its universe over the real world, and that takes a lot of planning and computing power.More news: Beloved Teacher Found Murdered In Dominican Republic
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