Minecraft Earth has started its worldwide rollout with early access, recently introduced in Iceland and New Zealand, accompanying its current five beta regions.

This augmented reality (AR) spin on the adventure bestseller brings resource collection and construction to the real world through smartphones. Soon arriving to both iOS and Android over the coming months, it sets out to rival the successes of Pokemon GO. Taking Minecraft Earth to the real world brings many new challenges, both from technicalities of its global scale and gameplay alterations. And given popularity both among young and old,

Minecraft Earth is also made to account for safety and privacy. Marking its early access release, Mojang has debuted a new PSA, diving into outside dangers, with villager aid. Minecraft Earth stated its closed invite-only beta this summer, welcoming a limited player base ahead launch. While now being available in Iceland and New Zealand, players in Seattle, London, Tokyo, Stockholm, and Mexico City still require beta invitations. However, with universal availability set for later this year, keep an eye out for weeks to come.

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