Swedish studio Mojang announces the cancellation of the 4K texture pack for Minecraft.
Unveiled at the Microsoft conference of the E3 2017, the Super Duper Graphics Pack from Minecraft was to allow Markus "Notch" Persson's sandbox to display 4K graphics on compatible platforms, including Xbox One X. Postponed several times (originally planned for 2017 Autumn), this graphic content will never see the light of day because of many technical constraints. However, Mojang still wants to offer visual novelties for Minecraft in the coming months to be "forgive" from fans. Let's hope, however, that they will not be canceled after a few years of waiting.
No 4K for Minecraft
Mojang's development team announced on its blog: "It was an ambitious project that brought a new look to Minecraft, but unfortunately, the pack proved technically too demanding to be implemented as planned. We are aware that some of you are disappointed - there was a lot of enthusiasm for this Super Duper Graphics Pack from both the studio and the players - but unfortunately we are not happy with the performance of the pack on all devices. For this reason, we stop development on the pack and look at other ways to experiment Minecraft with a new look. Minecraft is available on a wide range of platforms and we are constantly trying to make the most of the technical architecture of each. We can say more about it very soon."
Minecraft Super Duper Graphics Pack trailer at E3 2017
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