As popular as the game is in consoles, PCs and mobile devices, Minecraft was not much liked on Apple TV, according to the game's developer, Mojang, who stopped supporting the game on September 24.
Quoting a limited player base and lack of development resources, game developer Mojang explained through a message to players who possessed Minecraft that the Apple TV version of the game would no longer be updated, or not would be available for the cross game, from this point:  "As of Monday, September 24, the version of Minecraft for Apple TV will no longer be updated or compatible. We are grateful to the Apple TV community for their support, but we need to reallocate resources to the platforms our players use the most. However, do not worry, you can continue to play Minecraft on Apple TV, continue to build in your world and your purchases in the Market, including the Minecoins, will continue to be available. However, we know that this experience is not in line with the experience in other platforms, so we will issue full refunds of all purchases made in the last 90 days. "
The news is discouraging for those of us We remember Tim Cook's announcement for Apple TV support for the game in 2016. However, what is even worse is the way this is an omen for the Apple TV as a micro game console. game over & apos; For Apple TV?
In August, rumors of an Apple TV version of Fortnite circulated once it was discovered that there was a mention of tvOS in the game code Unfortunately, however, Epic Games It quickly refuted the claim, saying that it only appeared for "Unreal Engine's general support."
As more and more developers leave, or, worse, Apple TV, the platform could have more difficulties. bitante price at the same time we send players to other micro consoles with a more animated game scene. Take Nvidia Shield, for example, which was successful enough to guarantee a second version last year and supports streaming through its GameStream and GeForce Now services. By joining the micro console revolution, the company can rest easy knowing that it is still the world's largest digital store for mobile gaming.
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