Minecraft Live 2023: News, Teasers, and Mob Vote

Mojang’s highly anticipated annual livestream event, Minecraft Live, is set to make its return on Sunday, October 15th. During the hour-long stream, viewers can expect exciting news, future teases, and the opportunity to vote for a new mob to be added to the game.

The livestream will kick off at 6pm in the UK and 1pm EDT, offering a mix of updates and announcements for both Minecraft and the new action-strategy spin-off, Minecraft Legends. The event promises to provide valuable insight into the future of the franchise.

One of the highlights of Minecraft Live is the community mob vote. For those unfamiliar with Minecraft terminology, mobs are enemies in the game. Mojang will reveal three new mobs at the beginning of October, and players will be able to cast their votes through the Minecraft Launcher, Minecraft.net, or the special event server in Minecraft: Bedrock Edition.

Voting will begin 48 hours before the live show, starting at 6pm UK time/1pm EDT on Friday, October 13th. The voting period will close at 6:15pm UK time/1:15pm EDT on October 15th, and the winner will be announced during the livestream. This annual tradition has previously seen mobs like the Allay, Glow Squid, Panda, Phantom, Llama, and the Sniffer added to the game.

Minecraft Live 2023 promises to be an exciting event for fans of the game. Tune in on YouTube to catch all the latest news, teases, and the highly anticipated mob vote. Get ready for another thrilling chapter in the ever-expanding world of Minecraft.

– Mojang’s Minecraft Live 2023 announcement