Minecraft Live is back, with a new livestream planned for mid-October.
In what Mojang Studios is calling "a celebration of all things Minecraft," the online event is returning on Oct. 16 and plans to showcase a bunch of news, content, and community creations.
Minecraft Live was first held in October last year as a replacement for the in-person Minecraft festival which, unfortuntately, had to be cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fans all over the world could instead tune into a livestream to hear about all of the exciting plans that Mojang had for Minecraft in the near future.
This year, the event promises that fans will be treated to a packed guest list which includes "new and familiar faces from Mojang Studios, our amazing community, and a surprise appearance or two." Mojang also said of the event "on the menu you will find in-depth interviews, exciting reveals, a nail-biting vote, and puns galore! In lieu of gifts, please send positive vibes so the power doesn’t go out."
How to Watch Minecraft Live 2021
Minecraft Live will be streamed on Oct. 16 at 12 p.m. ET/5 p.m. BT. Fans can tune into the show via a number of ways, including all official Minescraft channels (Twitch, Facebook, YouTube) and via the official Minecraft website.
More information is liley to be revealed closer to the time. No doubt fans will have an extensive wishlist of what they're hoping to see at the event, particularly some more information surrounding Minecraft update 1.18 and the second update to Caves & Cliffs.
Whatever Mojang's plans, it's sure to be a great show for Minecraft enthusiasts.