What happens when Minecraft meets augmented reality? This upcoming game from Microsoft of course. Set to be revealed on May 17th, it features the traditional inventory menu from the original game siting along the bottom of the screen, and the rest is filled with the world of “Minecraft.” If you’re already familiar with Pokémon Go, this new game should be very easy to pick up. Read more for the teaser video.
“Microsoft isn’t commenting further about any plans for Minecraft AR. The teaser also notes that more information will be coming on May 17th, the 10-year anniversary of Minecraft. Microsoft has previously shown Minecraft running on the HoloLens headset, but that was simply a tech demo rather than a new game. Microsoft’s teaser feels like something bigger, especially as it’s clearly tied to 10 years of Minecraft,” reports The Verge.