The Minecraft Super Duper Graphics release date has been pushed back to 2018. This DLC pack is “crammed full of excessive visual razzmatazz: light will filter in shimmering rays through cotton clouds, dappling the ground beneath fluttering foliage, and sparkling on the rippling waters.” Unfortunately, as I said at the start, this has been delayed!
In happier news, the new Minecraft mob has been voted on by fans, and the winning enemy type is the Flying Manta Ray. You can take a look at in the tweet below.
Congratulations MOB B! You’re going to become part of Minecraft! #MINECON pic.twitter.com/4BpcK9q2Mx
— Minecraft (@Minecraft) November 18, 2017
Back to sad news again, it looks like cross-platform multiplayer won’t be coming to Minecraft on the Nintendo Switch until 2018. Developer Mojang stated that they need more time to make it work.
If you want to watch the entire Minecon Earth show, find the livestream embedded below:
Are you satisfied with the winning mob type? Sad that you’ll have to wait for the Super Duper Graphics pack and Switch cross-platform play? Let us know.
In other news, it seems that Call of Duty: WWII Supply Drops will soon contain weapons, Rainbow Six Siege White Noise Operators have been revealed, and Borderlands developer Gearbox was sent a vicious death threat.