- Last week, we unveiled the Mobs in the Park pop-up experience in New York City, Sydney and London
- Since kicking off early access on Oct. 17, the global community has placed 240.4 million blocks, collected 76 million tappables and started 6.8 million crafting and smelting sessions
- The Mobs in the Park will continue over the next two weekends from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. local time, as well as a special appearance on Black Friday in New York City
Last week in celebration of Minecraft Earth’s early access
rollout, we unveiled the Mobs in the Park pop-up experience in three locations around
the world – Hudson Yards in New York City, Campbell’s Cove in Sydney and the
Queen’s Walk in London – granting players exclusive in-game access to the
holiday-themed Jolly Llama mob. The community’s response to Mobs in the Park has
been humbling over the first weekend, and we can’t wait to see even more reactions
leading into the next two weekends.
The fun doesn’t stop with Mobs in the Park as Minecraft Earth
continues to gain momentum and roll out to more countries worldwide. Last week
the game released in the U.S., earlier this week it became available to players
in Western Europe and Japan, and the goal is for the game to be worldwide by
the end of the year.
Since kicking off early access on Oct. 17, the global community has
placed 240.4 million blocks, collected 76 million tappables and
started 6.8 million crafting and smelting sessions! We’re so proud of
how the community has embraced the game in early access rollout and look
forward to bringing even more exciting experiences to players everywhere in the
Minecraft Earth’s Mobs in the Park will continue over the next
two weekends, so players interested in receiving the Jolly Llama for themselves
can visit the interactive pop-ups from 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. local time during the
weekends of November 23-24 and November 30-December 1, or during a special
appearance at Hudson Yards in New York City on Black Friday, November 29. Only
at these locations will players be able to get first access to the holiday-inspired
Jolly Llama before it’s available broadly in December.
April 1, 2020
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