Minecraft V1.13.0.15 Beta Available To Download for Android with New Improvements

With over 100 million active players each month, Minecraft remains the most played video game in the world.

The iconic title was released in 2009 as one of the first early-access titles. At that time, players who bought the game were able to play alpha builds which were released regularly. The exiting mixture of open-world and building mechanics attracted a solid fan base and encouraged Mojang, the developer, to work hard and add new features which contributed to the popularity of the title. Here are some of the features offered by the title:

Exploration and adventures

Embark on an endless journey as you explore countless worlds and can build a variety of items, from basic furniture to items which inspire awe and admiration. Showcase your creativity in the Creative Mode, which features unlimited resources or face mighty challenges in the Survival Mode, where you have to harvest everything you need and battle dangerous creatures.

More content

Enhance your experience with the help of a large variety of content created by the community. Obtain unique items, among which we can count maps, skins, and texture packs with just a few taps.

Customization

Use slash commands to customize your gameplay experience. Obtain powerful items, spawn fearsome mobs into the world, alter the time of day and more.

In-depth customization with Add-Ons

Add-Ons offer an additional layer of customization. Fans who master tech and love to thinker will enjoy the ability to change data-based behaviors within the game, a feature which allows them to create content packs without problems.

The more, the merrier

Realms offer the ability to play with up to 10 friends even if they own the game on a different platform thanks to an excellent cross-play feature.

Players who love communities will enjoy Servers, which offer a wealth of fresh content and lots of people with whom you can interact and play.

Version 1.13.0.15 beta comes with new performance improvements and bug fixes.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

View all posts by Austin Barrie →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *