Minecraft Snapshot 13w48b

We’ll be releasing Minecraft 1.7.3 next week, with a pre-release this Thursday. As such, have a small bug-fix snapshot!

To get snapshots, open your launcher and press the “New Profile” button. Call it “snapshots” and check the box saying “Enable experimental development snapshots” and save. To switch to the normal version, you can select it in the dropdown at the bottom left corner of the launcher.

Server cross-platform jar: https://s3.amazonaws.com/Minecraft.Download/versions/13w48b/minecraft_server.13w48b.jar

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// The Minecraft and Minecraft Realms teams


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Minecraft Snapshot 13w48a

We’ll be releasing Minecraft 1.7.3 next week, with a pre-release this Thursday. As such, have a small bug-fix snapshot!

To get snapshots, open your launcher and press the “New Profile” button. Call it “snapshots” and check the box saying “Enable experimental development snapshots” and save. To switch to the normal version, you can select it in the dropdown at the bottom left corner of the launcher.

Server cross-platform jar: https://s3.amazonaws.com/Minecraft.Download/versions/13w48a/minecraft_server.13w48a.jar

Report bugs here:

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Battlefield 4 Player Appreciation


Today we launched Battlefield 4 on Xbox One. With that console, we will have brought Battlefield 4 to no less than five platforms. It is amazing to see such a complex universe come to life across so many advanced hardware systems. Millions of people around the world are playing the game and seeing the tip of the iceberg of what the next generation has to offer. At DICE, we are committed to you, the fans, and view the game as a live service. I am extremely proud of the people at DICE and everyone across EA that contributed to the development of Battlefield 4. However, I am less proud to see that the game has experienced some turbulence during the launch period. While some platforms have had only minor problems, others have had more than their fair share of issues. Resolving the launch issues is our #1 priority. In fact, we are so serious that we have the entire team working to stabilize the game and we will not move on to other projects until we are sure that Battlefield 4 meets – and exceeds – your expectations. It is the right thing to do.

To show our appreciation for your patience as we work through these issues, we are announcing that from November 28 through December 5, we will reward all players with Double XP for every multiplayer match they complete. We understand that the launch issues may have impacted your progression, and we want to do everything we can to help you get back the XP that you may have lost. Also, to cap off the week, on December 5 we will give all players that log in to Battlefield 4 multiplayer a M1911 pistol scope. This special sidearm scope, previously reserved for our DICE developers, has a 3X zoom and is available for all classes in Battlefield 4.

You are the heart and soul of Battlefield. We thank you for your support in these early days of the launch, and will continue to show our appreciation as time goes on. To stay informed about the latest game updates, please visit us at Battlefield 4 Control Room or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Thank you,

Karl Magnus Troedsson


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Android beta program for Minecraft PE

Hello Pocket Edition fans!

Today, we’re launching a beta for Minecraft Pocket Edition that’s open to anyone* who’s bought the game through Google Play on an Android device. You’ll be able to help with testing and give feedback about new features in future versions of Pocket Edition.

To join the beta program, apply to the Minecraft PE Test Group and follow the instructions listed there. Your app will still be updated with the final version of Pocket Edition whether you’re in the beta or not, so don’t worry if you want to quit the beta later down the line.

While playing a beta release, it will not be compatible with current version of Pocket Edition. If you go from a beta version back to a final version, the world may be corrupted. Beta version worlds will always work with the final release.

We’re hoping to get the 0.8.0 version out before Christmas.

// The Minecraft Pocket Edition team.

*We may need to limit the number of testers at some point


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Minecraft Snapshot 13w47c – Twitch.tv broadcasting!

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At Minecon we announced our new partnership with Twitch to bring one-click broadcasting to Minecraft. After a little wait, we’re now ready to make this publicly testable! This is the very first snapshot to include this functionality and it may be a little buggy, and we’re not finished with all the features yet, but hopefully it’ll be enough for you to play with and give feedback on!

Before you can start streaming, you will need to visit your Mojang account settings and link a Twitch account to your Mojang account. Then in the game you may check the quality settings in Options -> Broadcast Options, or just go ahead and start broadcasting at any time by hitting F6. This key can be configured in the Controls options.

Currently this is only supported on Windows (XP and higher) and Mac OS X Lion (10.7) and higher. If you cannot start broadcasting ingame, go to the options screen and it will tell you why.

Along with the new twitch.tv broadcasting integration there is also a whole bunch of bug fixes. If you find any bugs that need fixing then as always please report them to the bug tracker!

To get snapshots, open your launcher and press the “New Profile” button. Call it “snapshots” and check the box saying “Enable experimental development snapshots” and save. To switch to the normal version, you can select it in the dropdown at the bottom left corner of the launcher.

Server cross-platform jar: https://s3.amazonaws.com/Minecraft.Download/versions/13w47c/minecraft_server.13w47c.jar

Report bugs here:

// The Minecraft and Minecraft Realms teams


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Minecraft Snapshot 13w47b – Twitch.tv broadcasting!

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At Minecon we announced our new partnership with Twitch to bring one-click broadcasting to Minecraft. After a little wait, we’re now ready to make this publicly testable! This is the very first snapshot to include this functionality and it may be a little buggy, and we’re not finished with all the features yet, but hopefully it’ll be enough for you to play with and give feedback on!

Before you can start streaming, you will need to visit your Mojang account settings and link a Twitch account to your Mojang account. Then in the game you may check the quality settings in Options -> Broadcast Options, or just go ahead and start broadcasting at any time by hitting F6. This key can be configured in the Controls options.

Currently this is only supported on Windows (XP and higher) and Mac OS X Lion (10.7) and higher. If you cannot start broadcasting ingame, go to the options screen and it will tell you why.

Along with the new twitch.tv broadcasting integration there is also a whole bunch of bug fixes. If you find any bugs that need fixing then as always please report them to the bug tracker!

To get snapshots, open your launcher and press the “New Profile” button. Call it “snapshots” and check the box saying “Enable experimental development snapshots” and save. To switch to the normal version, you can select it in the dropdown at the bottom left corner of the launcher.

Server cross-platform jar: https://s3.amazonaws.com/Minecraft.Download/versions/13w47b/minecraft_server.13w47b.jar

Report bugs here:

// The Minecraft and Minecraft Realms teams


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Minecraft Snapshot 13w47a – Twitch.tv broadcasting!

snapshot_13w47a

At Minecon we announced our new partnership with Twitch to bring one-click broadcasting to Minecraft. After a little wait, we’re now ready to make this publicly testable! This is the very first snapshot to include this functionality and it may be a little buggy, and we’re not finished with all the features yet, but hopefully it’ll be enough for you to play with and give feedback on!

Before you can start streaming, you will need to visit your Mojang account settings and link a Twitch account to your Mojang account. Then in the game you may check the quality settings in Options -> Broadcast Options, or just go ahead and start broadcasting at any time by hitting F6. This key can be configured in the Controls options.

Currently this is only supported on Windows (XP and higher) and Mac OS X Lion (10.7) and higher. If you cannot start broadcasting ingame, go to the options screen and it will tell you why.

Along with the new twitch.tv broadcasting integration there is also a whole bunch of bug fixes. If you find any bugs that need fixing then as always please report them to the bug tracker!

To get snapshots, open your launcher and press the “New Profile” button. Call it “snapshots” and check the box saying “Enable experimental development snapshots” and save. To switch to the normal version, you can select it in the dropdown at the bottom left corner of the launcher.

Server cross-platform jar: https://s3.amazonaws.com/Minecraft.Download/versions/13w47a/minecraft_server.13w47a.jar

Report bugs here:

// The Minecraft and Minecraft Realms teams


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This is Battlefield 4 Second Assault


A second helping of Battlefield 4 is upon us! Battlefield 4 Second Assault contains four classic Battlefield 3 maps, redesigned and Levolutionizedavailable first for Xbox One Premium users. Read on for full intel on the expansion, and enjoy the release trailer.

Second Assault contains four immortal, fan-favorite maps from Battlefield 3; Operation Firestorm, Caspian Border, Gulf of Oman and of course Operation Metro. Each map has been redesigned thanks to the power of Frostbite 3 and is now more stunning than ever. Battlefield 4 veterans will recognize the surroundings, but also notice various changes – big and small – in map layout.

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Remember to bring your best fighting galosches to the redesigned Operation Metro – after a few years of neglect, the underground has been flooded.

For instance, in Operation Metro the ceilings now can be destroyed by the players. It’s also possible to bring down the communications tower of the new Caspian Border and create flammable hazards on Operation Firestorm. And Gulf of Oman’s sand storm will make your battles even more challenging. With new weapsons and all-new game mode Capture the Flag, Second Assault pushes the fan-favorites to their limits.

BF4 Second Assault Screen

The speedy DPV (Desert Patrol Vehicle) is making a return in Battlefield 4 Second Assault. Last time we saw it was in the Battlefield 3 expansion Back to Karkand.

In a Nutshell:
- 4 fan-favorite BF3 maps reimagined through Frostbite 3
- Redesigned levels with player-triggered Levolution moments
- 5 weapons re-mastered for Battlefield 4
- Dune Buggy (DPV) vehicle makes its return to the Battlefield
- Capture the Flag game mode
- 10 new assignments with their own unlocks
- Available to Battlefield 4 Premium members 2 weeks early

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Autumn leaves and fortified walls await you in the vast fan-favorite Caspian Border.

Second Assault will be released as a timed exclusive for Xbox One at the console’s release on November 22.

Watch the newly aired Second Assault live stream

Get a Battlefield 4 Premium membership to play Second Assault 2 weeks early


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Watch the Battlefield 4 Launch Trailer in its full ultra quality glory


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Sometimes, normal streaming doesn’t do Battlefield 4 justice.

Battlefield 4 features 64 players waging all-out war in 60 frames per second. We wanted to give you the possibility to watch our official Multiplayer Launch Trailer in its full glory.

Below, you can download the Battlefield 4 Official Multiplayer Trailer in unmatched fidelity and witness every explosive detail in the highest rated next generation shooter — delivered in 60 fps.

Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Launch Trailer in Full HD


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Battlefield 4 Second Assault Live Stream


We’re excited to announce the Battlefield 4 Second Assault Live Stream, presented by AMD. Get a first look at the Battlefield 4 Second Assault expansion, featuring four fan-favorite maps from Battlefield 3, pushed to their limits with the power of Frostbite 3 and redesigned to enhance gameplay.

Join us on Wednesday, November 20th at 12PM PST as we live stream three matches on Battlefield 4 Second Assault maps, available first on Xbox One starting November 22nd.

Second Assault Key Art

DICE LA, the creators of Battlefield 4 Second Assault, will show off a new game mode, Capture the Flag, and three of the four new maps. Throughout the stream we’ll answer your questions about the expansion pack and Battlefield 4 Premium. At the end you’ll catch the worldwide premiere of the Battlefield 4 Second Assault launch trailer.

Stay tuned for more information – the live stream is next week!

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Second Assault is one of five expansion packs coming to Battlefield 4 Premium members. Learn more about Battlefield 4 Premium.


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