Minecraft: Pocket Edition to get 'significantly Bigger Worlds'

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25 September 2022


The mobile version of Minecraft - AKA: Minecraft: Pocket Edition - is being designed to allow for major changes literally. The developer Mojang announced on its site that its team is "restructuring the code to allow significantly bigger worlds to be created in future updates" and also tweaking creature AI and the inventory system.



There's no date for the release of the Pocket Edition updates, but Mojang wrote that "everything will go according to plan." The sentence is believed to have been written while relaxing with a fluffy cat or on the Death Star.



Mojang is also "pausing" access to the Pocket Realms beta, which allows for persistent worlds that are stored on private servers. Mojang said that the Realms team is currently working on the upcoming release PC Realms. "Once this is done we'll be better positioned to work on Pocket Realms and make it as great as it can be, which will be later in the year." The pause will begin on March 1. [Image: Mojang]

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