You probably remember us talking about Minecraft: Story Mode back in December. It’s a narrative driven adventure made by Telltale Games which takes place in the world of Minecraft. Read on, crafter, because we finally have a release date!
The first Episode of Minecraft: Story Mode will be released on Tuesday October 13th this year. It’ll be called “The Order of The Stone” and will almost definitely be the best thing to happen in the whole of that month.
One of my favourite things about Story Mode is that you get to choose which type of Jessie – the main character – you want to play as, regardless of gender or look. That’s the first time any Telltale game has let you do that; it’s great that we can represent our playerbase so well.
Minecraft: Story Mode will be available on Xbox consoles, PlayStation consoles, PC, Mac, iOS, and Android-based devices. Wii U and Playstation Vita versions are also in the works, but they’ll release a bit later on.
Check out Telltale’s post for more info, and have a great day!
前にした Minecraft: Story Mode についての話を、みんなは多分覚えていると思うけど、Telltale Games が作った Minecraft の世界で物語が進行するアドベンチャーモードの話について。気になる人は下を読んで欲しい。ついにリリースの日程が決定したんだ！
Minecraft: Story Mode の初めのエピソードは今年の10月13日（火）にリリースされる予定。これは “The Order of The Stone” と呼ばれている。10月に起きる出来事の中では、ほとんど最高の事になると思うよ。
ストーリーモードについて個人的に気に入っている一つとして Jessie （メインキャラクター）のタイプを選べて、プレーしたい性別や見た目で遊べる事があるよ。Telltale game のゲームとしては、これは初めての事。これは凄い事だね。
That’s the first time any Telltale game has let you do that; it’s great that we can represent our playerbase so well.
Minecraft: Story Mode は XBOX、プレイステーション、PC、Mac、iOS、そして android で利用できるようにする予定。WiiU と Playstation Vita バージョンについても取り組んでいるけど、こっちに関しては少し遅いリリースになると思う。
We hope you enjoyed Doki Doki Compatibility Quest: 3. It took up a lot of resources (all typos and bugs are intentional). Extra special thanks to Stephen Velema for letting us use his nostalgic tunes.
Doki Doki Compatibility Quest III was created in celebration of our latest update to Minecraft Pocket Edition and the Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta.
Patch 0.12.1 is packed with content, but one of the most exciting things is that you can now play cross-platform. That means a Windows 10 Edition Beta player can jump into their friend’s world, even if they’re playing on a phone or tablet.
One of our long-term goals for Minecraft is to bring our community closer, and give as many players as possible a chance to play together. This is a small step towards that goal.
If you’re on the same network, just enable “Local Server Multiplayer” on the options screen. Available games will show up in the Play menu.
If you’re extra clever, it’s even possible to play with your friends across the world through the medium of the internet. Unfortunately, setting this up might only work if you have direct access to your router and familiarity with the often frustrating and slightly sad activity known as Port Forwarding. Attempt with caution, crafters.
Online play is something of a work in progress. That said, it’s pretty cool if you get it set up. Click Play, then New, then the funny little plus-sign-arrow-thing in the corner, and add the name and IP address of the server you want to join. Good luck!
What else is in the update?
The Nether and all its inhabitants. Fight Ghasts and make friends with Pigmen
Cross platform play for up to five players between Pocket Edition and Windows 10
Revamped touch controls, controller support, and a controller mapping screen
Enhanced Weather effects! Accumulating snow and more
Zombie Villagers can now have professions like farmers or butchers
Ocelots! Try taming one with a fish
Experience, Anvils, Brewing, and enchantments. Time to up your game, crafter
Golems. We recommend you approach with caution
Flower pots. We recommend you fill them with flowers
Sneaking and sprinting! Express yourself through movement!
Loads of bug fixes that are too boring to list here.