There is good news for Minecraft: Pocket Edition fans nowadays. This is because the game’s designer Daniel Kaplan has made an announcement that he would write something about the game through his multimedia account page just a few days ago.
In fact, Kaplan said they have listened to the feedbacks and suggestions of the fans. Therefore, he officially made an announcement that an update would be released in January 2018 for the famous mobile game.
In a statement made by Kaplan, the initial update will be a big revamp regarding the survival aspects of Minecraft: Pocket Edition. He said that there will be more animals and more blocks to be available in order to make the main foundation for the game’s survival part.
Moreover, some bug fixes will be added to the fences and doors. There will be no crafting made to this update though because of the GUI redesign that will be required for it. Thus, a longer period of time will be needed for that. However, this update will be readily available and submitted to Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store on February 8, 2018.
The most current version of Minecraft: Pocket Edition is 188.8.131.52. However, for Android, the update version will differ depending on the device you are using. For iOS, version 184.108.40.206 will be the current version that would support iOS 8.0 or later. It should be compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. In-app purchases are also available on both platforms for users who may want to spice up their gameplay.
Mojang is making its game better with its upcoming updates in 2018. If you want to get updated to the latest news about Minecraft: Pocket Edition, then you can always visit this page.