Minecraft Earth Early Access is pretty much available everywhere except the US
Still not sold on this one, but can’t be sure until I get the chance to try it.
UPDATE 11/13/19: Early access to Minecraft Earth is finally available in the US.
With games like Pokémon Go having such staying power in the world of mobile gaming, it is no surprise that other popular series are trying to find that same success. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is one example, as well as the upcoming Minecraft Earth.
First revealed back in May, the title brings together location-based gaming and the extremely popular world of Minecraft. The game has been in testing in a couple locations, and now the number of places is expanding – sadly, the US is not on the list.
Minecraft Earth extends its beta to new locations
If you want to get in on the early action, you’ll first need to make sure you’re in one of the following locations:
- United Kingdom
- South Korea
- New Zealand
If you are located in one of these countries, then the next step is to download the app. For iOS users, you’re going to want to head to this link. If you are Android, then this link should suit you well. The changes are rolling out today, so if you don’t see the option to download yet, keep checking back.
If you want to see more of Minecraft Earth, make sure to check out the video above or head to the latest blog announcement on the official site.
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