Microsoft has released a video that seems to suggest it is preparing to launch a new Minecraft mobile game. At the end of Build 2019, which took place yesterday, the company unveiled a video containing a version of Minecraft in augmented reality run on a smartphone, similar to, for example, Pokémon Go.
In the video you can see the creative director of Minecraft, Saxs Persson, leaving his cell phone in a bank in front of the Washington State Convention Center, where Build 19 was held. Then a young woman finds the smartphone and through it sees the Minecraft in augmented reality, leaving strong indications that Microsoft may, in fact, be preparing a new game.
The video also leaves the indication that more information will be given on May 17, the day of the 10th anniversary of Minecraft. Microsoft has not made any further comment on any plans for an upgraded Minecraft, but the teaser released yesterday suggests that there should be great news on the anniversary of the popular video game.