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E3 2016 – Minecraft gets “friendly update”

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Minecraft E3 2016

Minecraft is on pretty much every platform you can think of. But it’s been difficult to play with friends until now. With the Friendly update, your friends on Android, iOS and Windows 10 can all play together. You can even play with friends in VR.

But wait, there’s more. Dedicated servers let you host your own worlds and share them with your friends – introduction of Realms to play with friends. So if you want to play with friends and work together on building worlds, this sounds like a great idea. Plus, it will look that much better with new texture packs for pocket editions. You can even use add-ons to make the usual mods into something different, turning zombies into aliens and other options.

So Minecraft is getting mods and add ons on all platforms. That’s one way to keep the game relevant.

Last Updated: June 13, 2016

One Comment

  1. Ottokie

    June 13, 2016 at 20:53

    Still confused about all this, so can you now finally create servers where you can co op play instead of having to pay for dedicated servers?


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