by Tom VaselI got a lot of questions on Twitter recently.
I got lots of answers, and the most interesting one was from one guy who actually asked, “When will Minecraft be released?”
This is a great question, and I can’t even begin to answer it without giving you an answer.
The answer to that question is that, until we see the final release, we won’t know for sure.
However, that’s not to say that the game will be a completely blank slate.
We have a lot to work with here, and there are a lot more elements that will come in the future.
To be clear, the answer is not “when”, but rather “when you get a chance.”
As it turns out, the game is already almost there, and it’s only a matter of time before we see it on the big screen.
Here’s a look at what’s coming in the next few months.
First, we have the Minecraft: Story Mode, which will let you explore the world and interact with Minecraft characters.
It will be available to download for free in the near future.
It’s an exciting new feature, and one that we’re excited to see get some serious playtesting.
Then there’s the “Podcasts” feature.
This is the Minecraft game podcast, and you can check out a lot on this feature in the coming weeks.
There will be over 300 podcasts available for you to listen to in this format, including a wide range of Minecraft-related content.
You’ll also find a lot in-depth interviews with some of the biggest names in the Minecraft community.
So, while there are still many more details to come on these features, it looks like we’ll be seeing a lot going on in the months ahead.
And that’s just the beginning!
Next up, we’re also getting a lot closer to the release of the official Minecraft: Second Age.
When this game comes out, we’ll see a huge influx of content, which is one of the most anticipated features in Minecraft history.
As you can imagine, we’ve been working hard to make sure the Second Age content is as polished and polished as possible, and we’re very excited to share more about this exciting new game mode soon.
In addition, the Minecraft wiki is coming to a close.
While the wiki is one-way, the wiki will be archived on a dedicated server.
For a while, you’ll be able to use this server to create pages for new content, but the server will shut down in March 2018.
That’s the good news.
After that, you won’t be able use the wiki in any way, shape, or form.
Because we’ve put so much time and effort into the wiki, we want to keep this resource accessible to anyone who wants to contribute.
Please check back in the weeks to come for more information on this and the other exciting things coming to Minecraft: Second Age.