According to an interview for PC Gamer, Mojang will probably end up making Minecraft 2.
Yeah hold your horses, you haven't finished the first one. Why should we need a Minecraft 2? Improvements can be made to the current game, I don't see how he could make the game different enough that it's worthy as standing on its own.
Yeah, they have to finish the first one, first. And then recreate it on something that...isn't Java.
This entire fucking game was built on Java!?
Please don't use java. Please don't use java. Please don't use java...
I hope they bring it to consoles, at least as a PSN/XBLA game. That'd be cool
Agreed...it could work as long as they didn't make you pay for each update. It would also make "FortressCraft" pointless :)
the game isnt even done yet and they are already talking about MC2. anyway, if you have minecraft and want to play on the official N4G server, 22.214.171.124
Its like CoD. Before you buy the newest CoD, you just remember theres another one coming the next year.
oh definitely, but you know, the game just got to beta, if you dont want to kill your sales you dont mention a sequel and if anyone runs into problems with the server PM me the problem, its still in the works
It won't be before long, minecraft isn't finished yet and their next game has just been announced(didn't see any news about it on n4g though, or about double fine's next game for the matter)
Where's the story that was promised for Minecraft? The different modes? The expansions? The crap I actually paid $10 for to look forward to? Don't mention anything about a sequel until you finish your damn game.
OneSneakyMofo Wow! Ten whole dollars! There are different modes and there has been a wealth of new content. You might have to wait until the game is actually out of beta before you get more of the stuff you're talking about. I'm sure you've gotten more than your ten dollar's worth, though :) I'm also looking forward to story content.
Console Minecraft i will get addicted to that (am not much of a computer gamer)
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