Well, not so fast — the closed beta version will be available on both mobile platforms this summer, but Microsoft is remaining quiet on full release details. As with other closed beta programs, there will be limited spots available. You also have to be 18 or over to join.
The reveal trailer attached above is more of a promotional trailer, so we haven’t seen any actual gameplay yet. According to the Minecraft Earth website, you’ll be able to build structures with other players and place them in the real world at life-size. You can build with friends, and team up with others for mini-adventures.
You’ll even be able to battle Minecraft mobs. Microsoft says players can breed unique mob variants and use them to populate your builds.
Minecraft Earth is a free-to-play title, just like Pokémon Go. You’ll be able to buy in-game items, but Microsoft ensures us there will be no loot boxes present.
You can sign up for the closed beta program at the button below.
Thoughts? If you’re a Minecraft player, does Minecraft Earth interest you at all?