Minecraft’s ‘Super Duper Graphics Pack’ is canceled due to technical difficulties

Minecraft developer Mojang is officially canceling the game’s anticipated “Massive Duper Graphics Pack,” at the beginning put announced support at E3 2017 as a downloadable update for the neatly-liked crafting sport.

The graphics pack promised an enormous overhaul for Minecraft, bringing substances adore real looking lighting and shadows, reflective water surfaces, and further life like plants and fauna, alongside with the promise of elephantine 4K resolution for some devices adore the Xbox One X. In conserving with Mojang’s put up announcing the cancellation, “the pack proved too technically anxious to implement as deliberate,” with the studio downhearted with the map it performed across devices. The update changed into at the beginning put deliberate to release in fall 2017, then pushed to 2018, sooner than being canceled outright.

Given that share of Minecraft’s allure is the truth that its barely low-resolution graphics can plug on nearly any hardware — from weaker devices adore smartphones, Raspberry Pis, or a Nintendo Swap to elephantine-fledged consoles and devoted gaming PCs — it’s easy to mediate how an extremely-real looking update might possibly possibly presumably wish caused considerations.

Minecraft is equipped on a fair real preference of platforms, and we’re repeatedly searching for to invent the many of the technical structure of every,” the studio went on to sing in its put up. “We’ll be in a put to section extra on that enviornment very rapidly,” meaning that every hope of graphical updates might possibly possibly presumably no longer be lost.

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