Minecraft fans can look forward to a digital event again this year. Now Mojang has also announced the date for it. Minecraft Live will take place on October 3, 2020 at 6 p.m. Among other things, there will be new announcements and surprises from the world of Minecraft.
The Mojang team has announced the date of Minecraft Live. This year the event will take place on October 3rd at 6 p.m. German time. For almost 90 minutes, fans can look forward to numerous new announcements from the world of Minecraft. In the past, Mojang's annual event was known by other names such as MineCon Live or MineCon Earth. A trailer has also been released.
In addition to Minecraft Live, there should also be a Minecraft Festival this year. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, those responsible have postponed the event to 2022 as a precaution. According to the team, fans can look forward to many surprises during Minecraft Live. Among other things, players get a glimpse of new updates for the game and the chance to vote on the next mob. We will of course keep you up to date with news here.
Source: Xbox News
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