Minecraft Developer Mojang is officially canceling the "Super Duper Graphics Pack" game, released in 2017 as a downloadable update of the popular crafting game. The
graphics pack promised a major overhaul of the Minecraft promising full 4K resolution for some devices, including features such as realistic lighting and shadows, reflective sleep, and more vivid flora and fauna. According to Mojang's post on the cancellation of Xbox One X. “The pack proved too technically demanding to implement as planned. This update was originally released in the fall of 2017, then pushed to 2018 and was completely canceled.
Part of the attraction of Minecraft is the fact that relatively low resolution graphics can run on virtually any hardware, from weak devices like smartphones, Raspberry Pis or Nintendo Switch to full hardware. Authentic console and dedicated gaming PC — easily imagine how the problem was caused by a surreal update.
“ Minecraft is available on a variety of platforms, and we are constantly working to make the most of the technology architecture of each platform,” the studio said in a post. "You will be able to share more quickly about that topic," which means you can never lose all hope for graphic updates.
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