Playing a game like Minecraft is an excellent way of getting your creativity, ambition, and skills stimulated. Despite its poor graphics, Minecraft remains an insanely popular game due to its unique concept. As the narrator from the above video says, the game unfolds an environment where everything is made of blocks and the only limit is the player’s imagination.
But Minecraft will become even more interesting along with the new 1.16.0 nether update. This update will bring a significant amount of new content to the Nether.
The 1.16.0 Nether update for Minecraft is set to release until the end of May or by early June. There are several things that may be slowing down the release, however. And hopefully, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is not among those factors.
The release of the next spin-off dubbed Minecraft Dungeons is among those factors that may cause a delay for the launch of the Nether update for the original game.
Luckily enough, Snapshots have been available within the Java Edition of the game for a few months so we could get a clue for what to expect from the Nether update.
If you still haven’t tried out Minecraft, you should consider doing so. Here’s what a description from the Play Store has to say about the famous game:
“Explore infinite worlds and build everything from the simplest of homes to the grandest of castles. Play in creative mode with unlimited resources or mine deep into the world in survival mode, crafting weapons and armor to fend off dangerous mobs. Create, explore and survive alone or with friends on mobile devices or Windows 10.”
You can purchase Minecraft Java Edition from Minecraft.net for only $26.95 USD or local currency equivalent. However, there’s also a trial version available, so you can decide for sure if the game suits your desires well or not.
Brian Dan is just getting his feet wet as a tech reporter but has already had his work featured in many major publications including Tech Spot and Tech Crunch. In regards to academics, Brian earned a degree in business from Fordham University. Brian has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.