Among the novelties of the next major update of Minecraft – enough tocha for naming; It is 1.1, but is also called The Discovery Update – there will be a store to purchase virtual currency. These Minecraft Coins will be invested then in «maps, texture packs, mini-games “and other content created by the community.
At the moment, the new bar open only in the C++ versions of the game, which are 10 Windows and mobile devices. Consoleras editions and the original computers, which works with Java, will have to be attentive to upcoming news.
The issue is that you can’t put your gender on sale without the permission of Mojang and Microsoft. Only if the Platform responsible for accepting your application – you need to be registered as a company and show previous experience doing little things with Notch – blocks, you’ll enter the Minecraft Partner Program. It is not the most open approach that we have seen in markets of this type, but I understand there here to think about the children. The creators may decide the price of their products, although they may not be directly – acquired first have to spend real money to virtual, I insist, with more or less always options: $1.99 for 300 Minecraft Coins, $840 4.99 or $ 9.99 per 1,720. Each transaction, platform is 30% and the creators take «most of the rest».
Of course, the possibility of downloading free content that people go hanging in his little corner of the Internet will remain there.
For starters, the store it will open with Noxcrew articles, BlockWorks, Qwertyuiop The Pie, Blockception Sphax, Eneija Silverleaf, Imagiverse, Polymaps and Razzleberry Fox, except uppercase surprise should be a group of girls and boys.
I still have tried Minecraft, it can neither try to hide, but how easy is to think that this may be something moderately fat. I am a little surprised that did not exist already that store, although I am aware that there are a lot of DLC and I guess yours is pulling free mods and tools to make things self – that, hell, go play.
All of this will begin to be tested in mid-April with a beta for Android and will be available a little later, in the spring.