“You’ll also be treated to the same enhanced weather effects that Windows 10 Edition Beta players have received, including snow accumulation and directional rain”, reads the update log.
Revealed on the Xbox website, Minecraft Pocket will now allow you to play with friends on PC.
According to The Verge, Mojang announced it will be upgrading its Windows 10 and Pocket editions of its popular game Minecraft to include cross-platform compatability. The update brings new touch controls, controller support, and a controller mapping screen.
No word on when the update will be deployed, but look for it to hit in the days ahead. Today we’re going to talk about the Minecraft: Pocket Edition 0.12 update, which will be released for iOS soon enough. The game’s next update will bring cross-platform multiplayer and a number of features for mobile players.
You can pick up the latest version of the Minecraft: Pocket Edition for Windows Phone in the game’s store page. Thanks to the cross-platform support up to five players using different platforms including PC, iOS, Windows Phone, and Android.
Golems and ocelots, and even the ability to explore the Nether along with sneak and sprint will be added to Pocket Edition.
Microsoft bought the rights to Minecraft about a year ago, but this is the first time since then that the company has made any in-game changes.
Record and share gameplay highlights with built-in GameDVR.
Microsoft also mentioned other features arriving with Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta.