Minecraft Earth's closed beta is soon to be starting. On Thursday, Mojang announced Minecraft Earth will be launching with a closed beta starting on iOS and later on Android.
Mojang is offering a chance to play Minecraft Earth a bit early! For a limited amount of participants, Mojang is providing a signup to gain access to Minecraft Earth. Additionally, the signup signs you up to receive updates about the game and a free Minecraft skin for Minecraft Earth and Minecraft Bedrock. Minecraft Earth will need at least Android 7 or iOS10 to run. The sign up requires a Microsoft or XBox Live account and a app-store or Google Play login email.
What you need to know:
Sign up for your chance to participate in the closed beta here.
Mojang has just released the newest Minecraft 1.13 update! The Update Aquatic features some exciting new features including an overhaul of ocean biomes, shipwrecks, fish, dolphins, coral blocks, turtles, icebergs, underwater ruins, underwater caves and ravines, buried treasure, tridents, and much more!
You can read all about the newest Minecraft 1.13 Update Aquatic on Minecraft.net.
Personally, I'm excited to explore the new shipwrecks and use the tridents. Be on the lookout for some new videos uploaded to my YouTube channel featuring new Minecraft 1.13 seeds, servers, and more! I have been waiting for the new update to create some exciting new videos!
Minecraft 1.13 and Minecraft 1.14 are merging together to form one update! The technical Minecraft 1.13 version has been cancelled, or delayed, to include the Minecraft 1.14 Update Aquatic features! The future Minecraft 1.13 snapshots will include the Update Aquatic features! I hope this Minecraft News update video has helped you learn about some of the upcoming future Minecraft features!
JAVA EDITION TECHNICALLY UPDATED (Minecraft.net Blog Article): https://minecraft.net/en-us/article/java-edition-technically-updated