"Minecraft" developer Mojang is not yet done with the game, as Xbox Head Phil Spencer teased that they are creating new content. More information about it and the future of "Minecraft" will likely be revealed during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) this coming June.
According to a report from GameRant, Spencer teased on Twitter that he saw Mojang working on the future of the game. The Xbox Head said that it was "very cool to see new ideas" the developer is working on to "come to life."
The report said that the "Minecraft" brand has continued to grow since Microsoft has acquired it in September 2014 for $2.5 billion. Mojang has continued to create new features to the game and brought to more platforms, providing players with more reasons to continue playing it.
And with Spencer's latest tease, it seems like the developer still has something up its sleeves. Though the Xbox Head didn't provide any details as to what the new content is, the report said that a new version of "Minecraft" could likely be in the cards.
The new version will somehow take advantage of the horsepower that Xbox Project Scorpio, this could mean the game's virtual reality (VR) features could likely get a boost. VR was first introduced to "Minecraft" last year when the PC version got added support for the Oculus Rift.
Whatever Mojang has in store for the future of "Minecraft," more information will likely be given during the E3 in June, according to GameTransfers. Microsoft will use the important event to give its fans an update on what they have in store for the brand's future.
For now, fans can enjoy the most recent DLC Mojang came out for "Minecraft," which is the Power Rangers DLC that added new skins from the franchise. The game will also be coming to Nintendo Switch on May 11, and console owners will be allowed to transfer their Wii U contents to the Switch. Check out the trailer for the "Minecraft Glide Mini Game" in the video below.