Maybe not everyone has an Apple TV?
When the 4th generation Apple TV came out, it introduced a new way of experiencing content through the use of apps. This also meant that games usually played on iOS can now be ported on the Apple TV so you can play it on the big screen.
One of the big games announced back then was Minecraft, which would make sense to play on a bigger screen. But fast-forward to today and it has just been announced that Minecraft for Apple TV has just been discontinued because well, no one’s playing it.
“We’re grateful to the Apple TV community for their support, but we need to reallocate resources to the platforms that our players use the most,” the splash screen read as you open the game on the Apple TV.
It was mentioned though that users at the moment can still play the game and explore the virtual world, but it was also emphasized that Microsoft will no longer support the app.
The 10 year old mentioned it on Sunday. Didn’t see the splash screen then but here it is… pic.twitter.com/XYQ2TirzM7
— mac-interactive 🇬🇧🇪🇺🌍🌌 (@macinteractive) October 9, 2018
I personally just use my Apple TV for watching videos and streaming movies. I’ve tried playing games on it but eventually, I just removed them.
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