Minecraft’s long-promised Super Duper Graphics Pack isn’t taking place now

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Mojang introduced at the moment that Minecraft’s long-awaited Super Duper Graphics Pack isn’t taking place anymore.

The Super Duper pack, which was introduced at E3 in 2017, would have introduced 4K visuals to the game, however according to the team, the pack was “too technically demanding to implement as planned.”

“We realise that is disappointing to a few of you – there was a variety of enthusiasm for Super Duper from inside and outdoors the studio – however sadly, we aren’t proud of how the pack carried out throughout units. For this motive, we’re stopping improvement on the pack, and searching into different methods so that you can expertise Minecraft with a brand new look.

“Minecraft is offered on a variety of platforms, and we’re continually making an attempt to profit from the technical structure of every one. We’ll have the ability to share extra on that topic very quickly.

“Thanks on your endurance, and sorry for not following via on our plans!”

There are quite a few mods you’ll find to enhance the game’s visuals as an alternative choice to the Super Duper Graphics Pack. But it’s too dangerous we’d by no means discover out what a Creeper explosion appears to be like like in 4K.


 
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