Microsoft ended support for Minecraft on Apple TV. The application itself has been removed from the App Store, and players were told more updates are planned to release. Although it installed, the game will remain with the users. Also, the company promised to reimburse all purchases made 90 days before the end of the support. It is important to note that in fact the “deadline” was September 24, but noticed it only now.
I wonder what Minecraft currently is available on all supported platforms, including the iPhone, where it migrated to Apple TV. However, in Cupertino don’t seem too interested in playing a party set-top boxes. Previously, the company required the developers supporting the Siri Remote than scared off many.
Thus, it is unclear whether Apple is trying to bring games to Apple TV or the platform is and remains a multi-purpose multimedia device without the gameplay component.
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