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  • Kure McMahan posted an update 2 months, 2 weeks ago

    If you’ve been looking to play Minecraft with your gaming buddies who own an Apple TV It’s time to start getting excited. “Realms” the Minecraft subscription-based multiplayer, is now added to the Apple TV version. The updated version also includes Xbox Live authentication support that will allow players to access their avatars, character skins and other information.

    Realms accounts are similar to buying the Minecraft server. However the account is managed by Microsoft which means that you don’t need to worry about hosting or IP addresses. You can control who can visit your private Minecraft Realm also. There’s welcome to my blog to worry about strangers visiting your Minecraft Realm and destroying it while you’re creating a wildly imaginative recreation of King’s Landing in Game of Thrones. For $3.99 and $7.99 respectively you can build a Realm for two or 10 players.

    Existing Realms subscriptions for Mac, Linux, or PC are not able to play alongside their iOS and Apple TV brethren. There are two Realms systems: one for PCs, and one that includes iOS and Android users. We’ve reached out to find out whether there is a plan to connect the two systems.

    The procedurally-generated worlds of Minecraft deserve to be explored with others; now Apple TV and iOS fans have a chance to do just that… as long as they stick to their own platform.