We’ve reached the halfway point of the Minecraft Community Festival!
We have a new update, more details about what is going on, and some cool news about the Minecraft Minecraft Arena.
We are excited to announce that the Minecraft Guild has officially been renamed to Colonial Life.
This is not the same as Minecraft Arena or Minecraft Guild.
The Colonial Life team has been hard at work on the next iteration of the Community Festival, which is scheduled for June 10th at 3pm PT.
The Community Festival is an annual celebration of Minecraft in which developers showcase their creations, share the latest in their games, and generally celebrate the hobby of Minecraft.
We will continue to make improvements and additions to the Minecraft Arena as we work on these improvements and enhancements, and are confident that we will have them in place by the end of June.
The Minecraft Guild will be returning to its roots as Colonial Life and will be running the Community Festivals from June 9th to June 16th.
We are excited about this, and we hope you are too!
To celebrate the new name, the Minecraft Adventurers will be heading to the Colonial Life community festival!
There will be a number of activities and competitions going on throughout the week including an annual Community Festivus.
You can watch them all here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qfZLfqzqbYIf you haven’t been able to join in on the fun, you can still try and play Minecraft with us in the MinecraftArena arena, which will be open for all the Minecraft players in the world to join.
You will be able to register at the event site on Friday, June 10 at 3:00pm PT (the date on the map).
You will need to sign in to your Minecraft account to play, and you can use your email address to sign up.
If you are a member of Minecraft Club or Minecraft Arena, you will also be able sign up to play Minecraft.
You must be in North America or the U.S. to play in the community.
If this is your first time playing Minecraft, please join the Minecraft Club to make sure you are ready.
We’re still working out how many days it will take to finish this update, but the Minecraft Team is working hard to make the update as seamless as possible.
If we don’t reach the goal of making the Community Update as seamless and quick as possible, we’ll have to make some other changes to make this update work for everyone.
Stay tuned for more details.
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