Minecraft, as we all know, is a sandbox game wherein, a player has the ability to create, modify, or destroy their environment. It allows players to build various kinds of blocks in a 3D world requiring creativity from players. However, players also have to perform other activities in the game too including exploration, resource gathering, crafting, and combat. And now, finally, some good news for Android users as the augmented reality experience of Minecraft Earth’s Beta is coming to Android devices next week. Players need to sign up to get their earliest possible shot at playing.
Android players, we’ve heard your call. Next week, we'll be bringing the #MinecraftEarth beta to your devices! Make sure to sign up now for your chance to join the fun!
— Minecraft Earth (@minecraftearth) August 22, 2019
Players can not only play the game as a 3D experience of the world-building game in the real world but also take on challenges as you step outside, further offering users to go on joint adventures with friends.
Microsoft first released an open beta for Minecraft Earth on iOS devices last month and now it’s coming to Android. Players with augmented reality (AR-capable) handset running Android 7 or above can now sign up to try out the new experience.
Minecraft Earth is an AR game quite similar to Pokemon Go where players will be allowed to collect materials to aid them to build giant Minecraft structures with friends.