A couple of months ago, Microsoft announced Minecraft Earth, a mobile game based on geolocation like Pokémon GO. At that time a little explanatory trailer was presented about the dynamics of the game, but today we finally have its first playable material. The video in question also invites us to try the game before anyone pointing to that beta will start soon. If you have not already done so, you can register from its official website.
As was suspected, in Minecraft Earth we will have a customizable avatar that will move through to a cubic world that mimics your real environment. As we walk, we will find different creatures and objects, such as chests or animals, that we can add to our collection to accumulate experience and level up.
Once we have amassed a respectable variety of materials, we can build and edit dioramas predesigned on any flat surface, either alone or with the help of any friend we invite. Then, we can display our creations in the real world to admire them or even explore them from within with a function of augmented reality.
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