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Minecraft is without any doubts one of the biggest games out there. It was released back in 2011 and it is currently available for: Microsoft Windows, OS X and Linux PCs, iOS, Android and Windows Phone and Windows 10 smartphones, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Wii U consoles.

The company that has created the Minecraft game is called Mojang and we remind you that back in 2014, Microsoft has announced the purchase the developer company for 2.5 billion dollars.



When the Minecraft version 1.9 update has been announced by the developers, many fans were very happy about the news, but it seems that the players of this game are about to get another big update that will make them even happier.

Jens Bergensten, one of the lead developers of Minecraft, has announced on his twitter account that the company is currently working on the 1.10 update. A fan asked the developer what will the upcoming Minecraft 1.10 update come with and Bergensten replied that they are working on a new Mob for the game.

Without any doubts, mobs are important living creatures in Minecraft and they don’t get updated too often. Currently, Minecraft has around 40 different mobs and all of them come with different values and purposes. They’re divided into six different types, such as Neutral, Passive, Utility, Boss, Tamable and Hostile.

In Minecraft, you can now find mobs such as Skeletons and Creepers, which will attack you as soon as they see you. There are also non-hostile mobs in Minecraft game, such as cows and chickens.

The Minecraft update 1.10 has not been officially announced yet by Mojang, but we’re pretty sure that it will not take long the developer company will make an official statement and give us more information about the upcoming patch.

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