Minecraft might have custom servers for the Xbox One Edition, slated to come out in the near future.
Mojang developer Daniel Kaplan told Xbox Magazine the customizable servers would allow users to have their own online worlds.
He told the publication: “We are looking into different solutions, however we don’t know when it will work. A lot of people would enjoy that and we have got a lot of questions about it. It would be similar to what we’re doing on the PC.”
This week, 4J–the company behind the PS4 and Xbox One ports–said it is currently doing bug fixing.
It’s also still unclear when the game will be out.
New skins are coming to Minecraft’s Xbox 360 version.
They may also be included in the upcoming Xbox One version.
The skins are coming in a new pack called “Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Skin Pack.”
The Guardians of the Galaxy film just hit theaters this week.
The blog Play XBLA says that the skins are inspired by both the film and the comic books. The skins include Star-Lord, Gamora, Rocket, Groot, and Drax.
Unfortunately the blog doesn’t say when the pack will be available and how much it will cost.
There doesn’t seem to be any related information on other blogs and websites.
Players were happy with the news, though.
“Oh wow – very unexpected and cool at the same time!” said Manny Jackson.
“I can’t wait I’m going to put the skin of rocket racoon u play on xbox,” said Cesar.
See a previous Epoch Times story below.
Guardians of the Galaxy After Credits Scene: What Does Post Credits Scene Mean?
The Guardians of the Galaxy film has people talking, but the after credits scene is garnering a lot of interest too.
The credits finish and a scene goes to Knowhere, which is the severed head of an ancient celestial being that the Guardians visit halfway through the film.
The Collector (Benicio Del Toro) sits among the ruins, holding a drink. His head is bandaged.
The dog in the space suit trots up to Collector and starts licking his face. A voice of someone not in the scene says: “What do you let him lick you like that for?”The camera turns and there’s Howard The Duck, sipping an identical drink.
“Gross,” Howard says, then he takes a long drink. Then Howard seems to say “Your burn is going down.”
The screen says “Howard The Duck Created by Steve Gerber and Val Mayerik,” according to Yahoo.
Many believe that the after-credits scene, as opposed to Easter eggs dropped in other post-credits scenes, is just a cool cameo by a character that didn’t do well his first time hitting the big screen. George Lucas produced the 1986 film, which was panned at the box office.
Then again, Howard could get his own movie or be introduced in one of the upcoming Marvel movies, such as the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel.