The game that’s been the inspiration for the concept of “brick wall” is coming in 2018, but not with a brand new name.
It’s already in development for PC and Mac.
In an interview with Kotaku, Minecraft creator Markus Persson announced the project is coming “to the PC and iOS in 2018.”
Minecraft is a multiplayer online role-playing game with a core focus on exploration, crafting, and crafting items.
In fact, Persson mentioned that the game will be available for iOS and Android.
We’ve reached out to Minecraft’s developer for more information.
The PC version of Minecraft will launch on March 23, 2018 for $60.
Persson told Kotaku that it will be released in 2018 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Linux PC.
Personsson didn’t elaborate on how the game would work on those platforms, but the PC version is due to have “full support” for the new game engine.
Minecraft’s original release on PC was in 2008.
Perssson has previously stated that the original version of the game was “more than 100 million units.”
It was later ported to the Mac, and the original Minecraft was later released for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Minecraft, which is a free-to-play game, has been a game that players have repeatedly criticized.
In a recent tweet, developer Mojang called the game “a complete disaster” and said “players should stop playing it.”
Minecraft’s development was delayed several times due to poor sales.
It was finally released in late 2013, a few months before the Xbox One launched, with a launch price of $39.99.
It sold poorly, and it went on to fail to generate enough revenue for Mojang to make the game profitable.
Persmansson told TechCrunch in 2014 that the studio’s sales dropped dramatically after the game’s release.