Minecraft Add-ons Scripting API details revealed as the Bedrock Edition continues to get further support towards what are defined as mods. These new tweaking options should help creators produce more unique content for the game. For context, Minecraft add-ons are a controlled way to enhance the experience of the game that anyone on the stable cross-play platform can easily enjoy with no configurations necessary. With New Entities you can add more mobs. You can use Data Driven Spawning to control which mobs spawn in your worlds. Animations will give you more customization options, so you’ll be able to craft the horrifying eight-legged mob of your dreams/our nightmares.
Particles will let you pretty up your mobs with cool effects. All of these features are on the way and you can try them in the Minecraft beta on October 3, 2018. Scripting API is now closer than ever. Many players have been asking for this for a long time, so Mojang is thrilled to share that Scripting API will be coming later this year in 2018. Essentially, it’s going to allow in-game creators to create scripts which they can then embed into resource packs. This was announced at Minecon 2018, you can read more and check out our game coverage within the Minecraft Hub.
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