Posted January 25, 2018 07:18:33By now, you’ve probably heard of the game’s spruced-up trees, which are so huge they’re almost unrecognizable.
The Minecraft fans who’ve been around for a while have probably heard the name ‘Spruce Sapling Minecraft’, and it seems that they’re definitely getting their wish.
The game is one of the most popular of the year, and the developers at Mojang are working hard to make it a little more exciting.
The company is working on a new feature called ‘Tree Stump’, which will allow players to ‘tweak’ the shape of the trees to make them more appealing to players.
The tree stump system, which is a combination of a tree and a stick, will allow the player to ‘tunnel’ around the tree stump, which will give the player a more immersive experience, which they say will give ‘more depth to the game’.
This means players can climb on top of the tree, which has a slope and it’s also possible to stand on top, which can make the game more interesting.
In the beta version of the system, players will be able to climb the stump, and this feature will be fully functional in the game when it launches later this year.
However, we don’t yet know whether players will have to climb on the tree to reach the ‘Tree Stand’ feature.
As the beta is still being developed, Mojang is still in talks with developers over what features the player will be getting in the final game.
‘The more we learn about the features, the better we can work out the best way to implement them into the game,’ Mojang’s head of product Mike Williams told Eurogamer.
We’ll see if that’s true in the next beta update.
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