Minecraft Update to Merge Single, Multiplayer Gameplay
Mojang has detailed their soon-to-be-live update for Minecraft, and with it comes a number of significant changes. Most notable, however, is the combination of single and multiplayer gameplay.
“We’ve kicked out single-player, and made it a shell on top of multi-player,” wrote developer Jens Bergensten. “There are two major benefits to this: first, it’s required for the modding api if we don’t want to have multiple implementations of every mod, and second, if we fix a bug in single-player, we know the bug is fixed in multi-player, too.”
1.3 is expected to fix a number of the game’s bugs, as well as add new features. Players will now be able to create traps with tripwire, leave stories in books for other players, and buy items from villagers.
Check out the official update for the full list and details.
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