Minecraft developer Mojang is formally canceling the sport’s anticipated “Tremendous Duper Graphics Pack,” initially introduced again at E3 2017 as a downloadable replace for the favored crafting sport.

The graphics pack promised a large overhaul for Minecraft, bringing options like practical lighting and shadows, reflective water surfaces, and extra lifelike natural world, together with the promise of full 4K decision for some gadgets just like the Xbox One X. In keeping with Mojang’s submit asserting the cancellation, “the pack proved too technically demanding to implement as deliberate,” with the studio sad with the way it carried out throughout gadgets. The replace was initially deliberate to launch in fall 2017, then pushed to 2018, earlier than being canceled outright.

Provided that a part of Minecraft’s attraction is the truth that its comparatively low-resolution graphics can run on practically any {hardware} — from weaker gadgets like smartphones, Raspberry Pis, or a Nintendo Change to full-fledged consoles and devoted gaming PCs — it’s straightforward to think about how an ultra-realistic replace might need precipitated issues.

Minecraft is offered on a variety of platforms, and we’re continually making an attempt to benefit from the technical structure of every one,” the studio went on to notice in its submit. “We’ll be capable of share extra on that topic very quickly,” which means that every one hope of graphical updates won’t be misplaced.

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