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'Goodbye' Minecraft Earth: Game Shutting Down Less Than Two Years

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Microsoft is closing down its Minecraft Earth mobile game in June, due to the ongoing pandemic. Minecraft Earth was designed around free movement and collaborative play – two things that have become near impossible in the current global situation. Minecraft Earth originally launched for mobile devices in the fall of 2019. Among other tweaks, the update does away with real-money transactions and drastically reduces the time it will take for players to craft and build things within the game.

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