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Minecraft teams up with clothing brand Uniqlo on new Minecraft merch, offers free in-game skin pack

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Minecraft Uniqlo Skin Pack Image (Image credit: Mojang Studios | YouTube)

What you need to know

  • Minecraft is a top-rated game, and merch, like clothing, is always in high demand.
  • Mojang Studios is teaming up with clothing brand Uniqlo on a new clothing line for both kids and adults.
  • On March 15, Minecraft fans will be able to pick up a bunch of new t-shirts, hoodies, tote bags, and more from Uniqlo.
  • Players can also redeem the free Uniqlo skin pack from the Minecraft Marketplace, which includes 15 new skins for in-game use.

Minecraft is one of the most popular games globally, especially amongst children, and there's always a lot of demand for high-quality Minecraft-themed merch. Today, Mojang Studios announced that they're teaming up with Uniqlo on a customizable collection of Minecraft clothing, with options for both kids and adults. There's also a free in-game skin pack featuring 15 skins from the Minecraft / Uniqlo (opens in new tab) collaboration, which players can redeem from the Minecraft Marketplace starting right now.

The collaboration with Uniqlo will feature options for both kids and adults, including t-shirts, hoodies, tote bags, and more. Even better, Uniqlo will let you customize your Minecraft merch so everyone can nab the perfect Minecraft shirt or hoodie for them. The collection launches on March 12 in China, and March 15 everywhere else, through Uniqlo.

It's too early to tell, but this new Uniqlo Minecraft collection could secure it a spot on our Best Merch, Toys, and Gifts for Minecraft, which includes all the best options for any Minecraft fan.

In case you missed it, Minecraft: Bedrock Edition also officially released a brand-new update today, which includes a ton of bug fixes and more.

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Zachary Boddy
News Writer, Minecraft Expert

Zachary Boddy is the Minecraft Expert and a News Writer for Windows Central, Android Central, and iMore. They have been gaming and writing for most of their life, and have been freelancing for Windows Central and its sister sites since 2019, with a focus on Xbox and PC gaming. You can find Zachary on Twitter @BoddyZachary.