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Mojang Reassures Minecraft Fans about Microsoft Deal

Mojang reassures Minecraft fans about Microsoft deal

The boss of Minecraft-maker Mojang has assured fans about what will happen when Microsoft assumes control.

In mid-September, Microsoft announced a $2.5bn (PS1.5bn), deal to acquire Mojang.

Vu Bui, chief operating office of Mojang said that there are no plans to alter the game or change what players can do with it.

Feedback from players would still be vital in helping develop the game, he said.

"Nothing's really changing," said Mr Bui. " We don't have plans for any changes and obviously, I can't talk about the situation and I don't know everything , but we're here, the game's in play and business is as normal."

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Mojang said that he had always tried to preserve the original enthusiasm that made the game so well-known.

He stated, "Maintaining the original culture isn't easy." "It's a culture which respects the community and allows the community to do what they want with the game and make it their own.

"It is absolutely the intention, as it has always been, to continue doing this," he said to the BBC during an interview with the BBC interview at London's Olympia exhibition center, where he was giving an address to the Brand Licensing Europe trade fair.

Although Mr. Bui acknowledged that the deal was not yet in the works, he said Mojang was planning to work closely with its huge community of players.

Many block-building enthusiasts have expressed their concern about what could happen when Microsoft takes complete control.

Minecraft inventor Markus Persson, aka Notch has written about his reasons for approaching Microsoft and said He was handing it over because it was becoming an unnecessary burden to run.

He wrote, "I can't take responsibility for something like this," shortly after details of the deal were made public.

"It's not about money," he added. Rock it like a hurricane "It's about my mental health."

Bui stated that there would be changes coming in the near future. However, they will still be made with the input, comments and feedback from fans.

The current system, where Minecraft developers communicate what they are working on long before they add it to the game, would continue.

"We don't hide our features," he said.

Mojang began to show off the new games they were developing even though he wasn't aware of the details.

Mojang will allow players to try out the early versions of a game and help its creators improve it Mr Bui said.

A similar approach was used with Minecraft and Mojang was keen to repeat the procedure because it had been demonstrated to benefit developers while working on an idea.

It was not about replicating the success of Minecraft to create a new game that was as well-liked. It was more about having faith in the overall concept, said Mr. Bui.

He stated, "We believe that model." "Regardless of the art form you choose, people should definitely focus on the things they believe in, regardless of whether it will be successful.

He said, "That's a noble endeavor."

Similar to that, he stated, Mojang believed that it was a mistake trying to manage or influence the Minecraft community and determine what can and cannot be done with the game.

The best option, he said, was to just move out of the way.

"People are at their best when you let them be creative and do whatever they want to," said Mr Bui. yurock Although you must give them some guidelines and guidelines, they are more likely to come up with better ideas than we could.

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