Minecraft Earth finally available in the UK

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At last, Minecraft Earth is available to everyone in the UK.

This is the long-awaited "Early Access" build of the game detailed back in September at Minecon Earth - and which we've played around with a good deal ourselves.

New from Minecraft Earth's closed beta are its Adventures - shared AR vignettes where you work together with others to gather rare resources - plus in-game systems for crafting and smelting.

Microsoft is a little behind schedule with the game's global rollout, but previously said it would launch Minecraft Earth in all countries before the end of 2019.

You can nab it now on the iOS App Store and for Android via Google Play.

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