The mobile version of the Minecraft game has finally left the beta status and was brought to version 1.0, as Mojang has promised a few weeks ago. The Ender Update has been expected with great interest and now it’s available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Windows 10 Edition players.
Also, two months ago, Apple was announcing that the game will come to tvOS and that moment has arrived.
The Ender Update (version 1.0) comes with many changes, but fans are pretty excited about the fact that they will be able to kill the Ender dragon, which is the ultimate Minecraft boss. Mojang’s Owen Jones had a short intervention on the Minecraft.net, saying that “my personal highlights have to be The Ender Dragon (because I’m Welsh and love dragons), The End (all dragons deserve to have a fitting home to relax in), and the Dragon’s Breath potion (it’s delicious). This update also brings this year’s Festive Mash-Up Pack including all kinds of holiday themed looks.”
Mojang has also added Ender-related cities, ships, pearls, chests and artifacts, igloos and polar bears as part of the Arctic genomes, and Ender crystals which will affect multiple dragons at the same time when they are spawned. The developers have also fully implemented strongholds and they will spawn in newly generated chunks. The Ender Update added support for world templates and players are able to craft lingering potions and tipped arrows in survival, or to respawn Jean, which is the name of the Ender Dragon, suggesting that it’s a she.
The Minecraft Pocket Edition costs €6.99, but the Ender Update is available for free. On the other hand, the Minecraft Apple TV Edition that was just released yesterday costs $19.99.
In the press release, Mojang has mentioned that the update comes with “seven pieces of lovely DLC, giving you the chance to customise the fun to your liking. Minecraft: Apple TV Edition currently includes the Holiday 2015, Town Folk, and City Folk skin packs, along with the Plastic, Natural, Cartoon, and Festive 2016 mash-ups.”
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