Minecraft Earth is an augmented reality game available for Android and iOS by Mojang and was released in May 2019 on WWDC by Apple. However, now its story is close to ending, after all the game will be discontinued by Microsoft soon, although it received an update in December with a new challenge season and more.
Game changes were announced today by Microsoft-owned Mojang. According to her, as of today, all microtransactions have been removed from the game, in addition to reducing the difficulty level of Minecraft Earth, as according to the developer this will allow players to enjoy the title to the fullest until it is discontinued.
Among the changes to facilitate progress are the drastic reduction in the costs of rubies, reduction of time for the elaboration and casting of materials, and even a set of items from Character Creator for paying players between January 5 and June 30, when the game will be officially discontinued and will no longer be available for download.
Mojang also informs that all player data, except for Character Creator and Minecoin will be deleted on July 1st. Rubies left in the game will be converted into Minecoins and can be used in the console and PC versions of Minecraft.
As compensation, anyone who has spent real money on Minecraft Earth will receive a copy of Minecraft in the bedrock version, but be aware: Minecraft Earth servers will only be available until April 26th.