Minecraft Mojang's open world exploration and construction game was a complete industrial revolution when it was launched in 2009, the game, though simple at its base and relatively complex at a higher level, has found a way to enchant an entire generation. from new players and created some fame when YouTube was barely a few years old.
Although, this game has gone through several transformations over its 10 years of life, something announced during the E3 2017, is that eventually and without the need for Mods, Minecraft It would have an HD graphics package and that would even support 4K, however, as reported by the company through its official website, it is Mojang I would have decided to cancel this project, for the reasons of the study being owned Microsoft He unfortunately gave in to the challenges that created this web beyond them.
Some of you may recall that we announced the Super Duper Graphics Pack during E3 2017. Super Duper was an ambitious initiative that would bring a new look to Minecraft, but unfortunately the package proved to be technically too demanding to implement as planned.
According to the statement, Mojang will explore other options to give Minecraft another aspect, but that this project especially with the HD textures package will not last.
It may be that somehow the number of devices and platforms it is included in Minecraft they were the concrete challenge that this company had to deal with, because there were so many different devices, there were certainly issues with the resource capacity that such a popular game would have with this new texting.
This, however, is not the first time that this project is delayed, in 2017, it was originally going to launch Xbox One X, taking advantage of the ability to bring the games to 4K, but due to problems of this nature, the Pack has been delayed until 2018, causing the effective cancellation now in 2019.
Minecraft is available on the platforms of Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices