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Minecraft Earth beta now underway

Minecraft Earth Beta Gaming Minecraft Earth Beta Registrations is Start Now on Android and iOS By Tim Warwick
Cecil Davis | 14 July, 2019, 07:00

Anyway, you can sign-up for the iOS closed beta for Minecraft Earth here, and we'll let you know once it arrives for Android. Check it out below.

During the beta, Microsoft also plans to continue adding features to Minecraft Earth in order to expand gameplay opportunities and content.

By submitting an application, you'll receive updates on the game ahead of its release, and you'll earn a free character skin.

Mojang announced the closed beta of Minecraft Earth. At that point you can set your works at life-measure with enlarged reality and experience what it resembles to meander through them. Minecraft traditionally skews towards a younger crowd, so the game is very focused on safety. Reports indicate that Microsoft plans for the closed beta to be a huge endeavor with hundreds of thousands of players allowed to participate. Today, some ongoing interaction film has developed showing that the game may enter a shut beta stage soon.

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In order to register, you simply have to head over to this website, sign in with your Microsoft account, fill up some details and you'll be registered for the beta. The addition of Minecraft's building elements creates Minecraft Earth, a game that lets players build and explore their own AR creations.

Once you collect resources in the world you can then build using your camera on a flat surface, with different plates to choose from as you level up (which can be done by collecting Tappables). Plus, you are not actually guaranteed a spot in the Beta by signing up - select participants will be chosen based on who applies.

Using your iPhone, you'll be able to place your Minecraft worlds on a floor or table right in front of you. You'll also need to have an iOS device that's compatible, namely sporting iOS 10 or higher.