By the end of next year, Minecraft is set to become one of the most successful games of all time.
It’s set to sell over 3.2 billion copies worldwide, more than the combined sales of Star Wars and Minecraft combined.
Minecraft has become a cultural phenomenon and has helped transform a niche genre into a lucrative business.
This week, the company announced that the game will launch on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac, iOS, Android, and Xbox 360.
In its announcement, Minecraft creator Markus “Notch” Persson said the game is also coming to the Nintendo Switch, as well as the Nintendo Wii U, PlayStation 4 Pro, Xbox Scorpio, and PlayStation VR.
Minecraft: Story Mode, which will be available for free for everyone on Steam, will also be available on Xbox One.
It’ll come in three parts: an introduction, a demo, and an expansion.
It features a narrative mode where you’ll guide a band of dwarves as they build and explore an island, with the goal of helping them defeat a powerful dragon.
The expansion will include new and improved tools for the world to conquer and defend.
The first game in the new series, Minecraft: Stories, is set in the fictional town of Narnia, and is a “real time adventure game that has a dark, magical world to explore,” according to the game’s description.
“Players will need to build a home and survive the harsh world of Narmia.”
Minecraft: The First Adventure, a new game in Minecraft’s story mode, is a turn-based strategy game, similar to Minecraft, but set in an alternate Narnian world, and will take place in an unspecified alternate dimension.
Minecraft is also a game with a large and dedicated player base, and has generated more than $2 billion in revenue for the company.
But what about the rest of the Minecraft ecosystem?
It’s a small, but growing group of developers.
The game’s development studio, Mojang, is currently working on a new title, Minecraft Realms.
It will have “a story-driven multiplayer mode that will let players explore, interact, and create their own world,” Mojang told Polygon in a statement.
Minecraft Realms will also have a story mode that lets players take on the role of adventurers who must find and craft items to build houses, boats, and other buildings.
This will be followed by a new story mode in which players will create their first settlements and explore new areas.
Mojang also said that the first game will include a multiplayer map, a free to play version, and a free DLC pack.
Mojangs next game, Minecraft Puzzle Quest, is an RPG that will “follow a party of adventurers as they embark on an epic adventure across a vast land and into a mysterious, mysterious realm,” according the developer.
“This epic journey will require them to overcome their own personal goals and work together to overcome obstacles to reach their ultimate goal,” Mojangs announcement said.
Minecraft fans have been excited about the game, and its development, since the first Minecraft video game was released in 2011.
“There are so many people who are excited about this game,” developer Erik Johnson told Polygon.
“It’s a new type of gaming and the community is really passionate about it.”
Mojang is also in talks with Microsoft to bring the game to the Xbox One console.
Mojango’s announcement comes a week after the game was officially announced for the Xbox Play Anywhere program, and just as Minecraft is finally set to hit the Xbox platform.
Mojagons announcement comes just a few days after Minecraft was added to the App Store, and the company said the app will launch in October.
Mojange is planning to launch Minecraft on Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, and Mac.