Minecraft Earth Beta Registration is Now Available for Android Smartphones

Minecraft Earth Closed Beta Android Smartphones

Minecraft Earth Closed Beta Android Smartphones

Players can also work together to create joint projects, or find new mobs ("mobile", or living, game entities), like the muddy pig and moobloom.

It probably should be much of a surprise that there's a lot of interest about Minecraft Earth. While Mojang hasn't stipulated whether this will be an open or closed beta, a recent tweet from the official Minecraft Earth account points towards a sign-up page, so I'm guessing invites will still be necessary to get in, just like the previous wave. Players will still gather resources, build, craft and explore.

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Players can build creations with friends and place them in the real world. There's the Minecraft: Story Mode and soon, a Minecraft augmented reality game was teased. Now, those who want to build a unique Minecraft world from their Android phone can do so. Other players in Minecraft Earth can view these objects from their smartphone, and even add to it. Players accepted into the beta are expected to be "actively playing" Minecraft Earth within any given seven-day span, or risk being returned to the beta eligibility pool. For Android users, you'll need to ensure that your device is capable of running Augmented Reality (AR), and that it's running Android 7 Nougat or later for the app to run properly. The game is only for 18 years old and above. Although Android users were skipped from the launch of the beta version of Minecraft Earth, Microsoft is about to correct that in about a week.

Android players, we've heard your call. A release date for Minecraft Earth has yet to be announced.

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