Minecraft fans can get a 10-year anniversary map

This is available entirely for free, and there are even secrets to discover when fans download it via Java or Bedrock.

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Minecraft developer Mojang is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the sandbox game this year, and now they've announced that fans can now get a free map from Blockworks to download via Java and Bedrock.

This is essentially a "Minecraft theme park" for players to have fun in, featuring hidden secrets, contraptions, and a whole lot more. This can be accessed by those on Android, iOS, PC, Switch, and Xbox One, and it's totally free.

Just last week Microsoft teased what looks to be a Minecraft augmented reality game for mobile devices, but we'll have to wait until the anniversary event on May 17 to find out more about that.

Check out the new map via the screenshots below. Will you be trying it?


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