Minecraft Live 2021 just concluded, and featured all the biggest announcements and updates of the year for Mojang Studios and the Minecraft universe. Here's everything that was announced during Minecraft Live 2021.
Minecraft Live is returning for another year, once again packed with announcements, interviews, reveals, and more. Here's everything you need to know about Minecraft Live 2021, including how to watch and what to expect.
Mojang Studios has already expanded the Minecraft universe into a fully fledged franchise with the arrival of Minecraft Dungeons. We have reason to believe Mojang is working on at least two more projects behind the scenes, but what could these mysterious games be?
Mojang Studios has worked tirelessly to iterate on Minecraft and constantly improve it, but that doesn't come without never-ending support and feedback from the Minecraft community. The latest Mojang Studios dev diary shares how community feedback has helped shape Minecraft's 1.18 'Caves and Cliffs Update' Part Two.
Minecraft Dungeons is an incredible dungeon crawler from Mojang and Double Eleven. The game is available practically everywhere, and now includes touch support on phones, making it a pioneer in the cloud gaming space for Microsoft. We caught up with Executive Producer David Nisshagen to discover the benefits and barriers to this exciting new opportunity for devs in the Xbox ecosystem.
Mojang Studios is the developer behind one of the most popular and successful franchises in the world: Minecraft. Despite the undeniable power of Minecraft and their acquisition in 2014 by gaming powerhouse Microsoft, Mojang Studios sometimes still feels like an underfunded indie studio.
2020 was an odd year for everyone and everything, and Mojang Studios wasn't exempt from being forced to evolve. Despite this, Minecraft had its biggest year yet and looks set to continue to grow into 2021.
Mojang Studios has been releasing episodes of How We Make Minecraft, a humorous and insightful look into the "why" behind Minecraft. Now, we have a behind-the-scenes look at how the show comes together.
In a press release, Microsoft shared the news that Minecraft has sold over 200 million copies. This comes just after the news that Mojang is rebranding as Mojang Studios, with plans to expand and open new studios.