The game of Minecraft, which debuted in 2013, is set to return to the PC in the coming years.
The game has been in development since 2009 and it’s a free download on the Xbox Store, but is currently only available in English.
It’s been available on Windows PCs for the past two years and has seen a few patches, but the current release is still a work in progress.
That means the game will still have some issues.
It’ll need to be patched for SteamOS, though, and it’ll have to be played on Windows 8 and higher.
The PC version of Minecraft is still in early development and the game is not currently being developed for mobile devices.
This means the PC version will likely be a bit slower than the Xbox version.
There are still a number of changes planned for the PC release of Minecraft.
The next version of the game has a number more features to work on, including the ability to teleport, but there are no plans to have a map editor yet.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated as we learn more about the game’s development.