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Minecraft Earth, competitor of Pokemon Go announced for iOS and Android

Since the launch of Pokémon Go in 2016 Augmented Reality has come a long way. It was the top grossing game back and still now it can be found in one of the top ranks. To celebrate Minecraft’s 10th anniversary, Mojang and Microsoft, have announced Minecraft Earth, an AR game for iOS and Android.

According to the blog,

“This is Minecraft like you’ve never experienced it before, allowing you to give your day-to-day life a Minecraft makeover!”

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Microsoft had first talked about the game back in E3 2015, and then they showed off the first glimpse in Hololens, but finally the game is here for all of us.

In the game you can explore the real world through the eyes of Minecraft. You will be able to transform your real life neighbourhood into the Minecraft world. Players will also be able to team up with other Minecraft Earth players bringing a new level of multiplayer to the game. There is still no confirmation about the release date of the game, but those who are interested can sign up for the Beta version.

We have to wait and see if this grabs the attention of the users like Pokemon Go did. You can check their blog for all the details about the game.

Source: Minecraft

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