Minecraft Earth was released on Android in Seattle, London, Tokyo, Stockholm, and Mexico City, announced today by developer Mojang. If you are invited to beta and lucky to live in one of the launch cities, you can start augmented reality mobile games now. To play, you need an AR-compatible device running Android 7 or later.
This release means that the Android release of Minecraft Earth is going a bit slower than on iOS since the beta. It started on Apple's operating system last month. However, Android users can access the game's "ruby" in-game currency before it is released on iOS. In a blog post announcing the beginning of the Android beta, game developers can get their currency through the game or buy it directly, and the purchased ruby is linked to the user's Xbox Live account, making it a full release.
First released in May, Minecraft Earth is an augmented reality version of the open-source crafting game of Mozuku. The final goal of Mojang is to cover the whole earth with Minecraft blocks, crafting with them and then exploring other players and structures. For more information, check out Mojang's Minecraft Earth FAQ or sign up to access the beta here.
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