Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Minecraft Coming to Xbox Game Pass

Popular sandbox survival title Minecraft is heading over to Xbox Game Pass subscription service next month.

Following its inception back in May 2009, developer/publisher Mojang had one of the most active community in gaming with their sandbox survival game Minecraft that has an engaging player base of over 91 million people that is only growing.

Acclaimed and mostly known for a complex crafting system with other adventure elements, the game is heading over to a large catalog of great games on Xbox Game Pass for members of the monthly subscription service by Microsoft on April 4, 2019.

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Minecraft Coming to Xbox Game Pass

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The game embraces the excitement of building within an infinite world full of blocks and lets you create literally anything that you can think of. Either you choose to play alone or with your friends, there are limitless ways to enjoy playing for hours.

Online multiplayer lets you interact with a massive number of players from across the world and constant free updates will keep adding new environment and tools. Update Aquatic had expanded oceans territory last year and upcoming Village & Pillage will bring some more change.

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Currently available on twenty different platforms like devices running on Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, PC and Xbox One, Minecraft players can deep dive into a variety of content pool from in-game marketplace by many different creators.

Also to note, Kingdom: New Lands, Late Shift, Portal Knights and Sacred Citadel are going to leave Xbox Game Pass on April 2018. Anyone interested to continue playing these titles would do better to buy these games and carry on their ongoing progress.