Mojang announced that the Super Duper Graphics Pack, downloadable content that will improve the graphics of Minecraft, was delayed. In the MineCon Earth 2017, the company mentioned that the update will arrive until next year; however, it did not share a launch window.
“We also want to update you on the Super Duper Graphics pack. While originally set for release this year, there’s a lot of work to be done still and we’re not going to be ready to launch it in 2017. We’ll be releasing Super Duper next year, and we’ll have more information for you here on Minecraft.net soon,” Mojang said on its blog.
In case you do not know, the Super Duper Graphics Pack was announced in E3 2017 and it is a package of downloadable content that improves the lighting and textures of Minecraft. In addition, the update will make the shadows and foliage of Minecraft that will look better than before.
It is important to note that the Super Duper Graphics Pack is not the only content for Minecraft that was delayed. The above since the update that will add cross-play to its version for Nintendo Switch will also arrive until 2018. According to Mojang, this is because they need a little extra time to ensure that they are delivering the best possible experience.
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Minecraft is available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and mobile devices.