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Next Big is bringing a PC version of its first ever Minecraft game to Steam Early Access on March 30.
The PC version will include the latest versions of Minecraft, the studio said in a post on the Steam Early Days page.
“Next Big is excited to announce a PC launch date for its first Minecraft title on March 29, 2018, with an estimated price tag of $49.99,” the studio wrote.
“With a total of 864 blocks, players can create more than 300 unique homes, mine the ocean, hunt, harvest and build buildings, and explore the world’s oceans and forests.
Minecraft has been downloaded more than 10 million times, and is the most popular game in the world, with more than 13 million copies sold worldwide.”
The studio’s post was shared by developer Mojang.
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