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The mastermind (not the evil kind) behind Minecraft, Markus Persson, officially shelved his project, 0x10c, which was in development for over a year. Persson revealed this during a Twitch livestream on August 10. He was asked if he'll resume work on the game, to which he replied:
"Nope, there are no future aspirations for 0x10c. If somebody at the office wants to do it, then yeah - but I'm just going to be working on small games for the rest of my life."
He previously talked on a number of occasions, although never really going into too much detail. There was some indication that players would have spaceships within the game. He also mentioned potential monthly subscription. "The idea is kind of to allow for both. It's still not clear how we're going to monetize the game ' but the rough idea I have right now is to have an MMOish part called the multiverse," said Persson. "It'll probably be monthly subscription because of the cost of running all the CPUs on the server."
Well, that's not going to happened anymore.
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