In mid-May of this year, Microsoft introduced its new game Minecraft Earth, focusing on experience in augmented reality. Now the Redmond giant has announced the start of the game’s closed beta, initially only for the iOS operating system.
To the molds of Pokémon GO, the title will enable players to build blocks in real life. The game’s official channel has posted a promotional video about the trial period. Watch the following:
“Discover a new dimension of Minecraft while creating, exploring and surviving in the real world. The closed beta of Minecraft Earth will hit select cities in the next two weeks. Did you sign up to join in the fun? Stay tuned as we announce sites that will be part of the closed beta and receive all the latest Minecraft Earth updates! “
The beta of the app will be released for iOS in the next two weeks. Those selected to attend will receive an invitation to the email associated with their Microsoft or Xbox Live account. To keep score, gamers will have to play at least once every seven days.
The subscription to the closed beta of Minecraft Earth can be done at this link . There is still no forecast for testing available on the Android platform, but it is confirmed for the Google platform.