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If you are a Minecraft fan, then we have some good news for you, as according to new reports, a new free skin pack is about to be released for this game. This skin pack will be available for the Minecraft: Xbox 360 and Minecraft: Xbox One and it celebrates the 4th birthday of the game.

According to Xbox Wire, this free pack is already available for free for the owners of the mentioned consoles and the offer will end on May 16, 2016. This marks the 4th birthday skin pack that Mojang, the developer of Minecraft, has released for this popular game.



The skin pack comes with new mob-themed shirts for the game’s characters Steve and Alex. Apart from the new shirts, the previous three birthday skin packs that have been released in the past 3 years will also be available for download for free for all Minecraft: Xbox One and Minecraft: Xbox 360 players.

We remind you that the previous Minecraft birthday skin packs contained characters from other games such as: “Halo”, “Fable”, Banjo Kazookie”, “Viva Pinata” and more. At the same time, the Minecraft 1st and 3rd birthday skin packs came with skins for zombies, creepers, carpenters and more.

At the same time, the Wii U owners that have Minecraft installed on their consoles will be able to enjoy a FREE “Super Mario Mash Up” pack. This has been confirmed by Mojang on its official website and, according to reports, the mash up pack will bring the Mario themed world to the Minecraft game. As expected, the new skin pack contains character skins such as “Mario” and “Luigi”, who are the protagonists of the “old” popular game.

The free “Super Mario Mash Up” pack will be released on May 17, 2016 for all Wii U owners that have the Minecraft game installed on their consoles. It is good to know that the same pack will be included in the retail version of the Minecraft: Wii U version of the game starting from June 17, 2016. You can see below a short trailer of the upcoming Minecraft: Wii U “Super Mario Mash Up” pack:

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