Apple TV users will be happy to know that they aren’t left out in the cold without Minecraft 1.0. Mojang is on a gifting spree for their fans it seems. Earlier today, Mojang announced that Minecraft was out of beta with the global release of its Ender Update 1.0 as well as the new Festive 2016 Mash-up Pack on sale via the in-game store.
This puts Minecraft at a total of ten different editions across PC, console, mobile, and now streaming devices where fans can play, explore, and build in the limitless sandbox world.
Now gamers can use their little black boxes to play the popular sandbox game from Mojang with the same features and content as the Windows 10 and Pocket Editions. Well, most of them. According to the announcement post, this new edition doesn’t currently include Minecraft Realms or Xbox Live support. However, the developers intend to add them in the ‘near future’.
We knew that the Apple TV Edition was in the works, but now it’s available just in time for the holidays priced at $19.99. The purchase also includes seven DLC packs: Holiday 2015, Town Folk, City Folk, Plastic, Natural, Cartoon, and most recent Festive 2016.Further reading: Apple TV, Microsoft, Minecraft, Mojang