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‘Minecraft’ dev to reveal the first mash-up pack trailer this Labor Day weekend

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4J Studios will finally be giving gamers an initial glimpse of the first mash-up pack for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition this Labor Day weekend. The developer announced on Aug 30 that they will be unveiling the first trailer for the upcoming mash-up pack this Sunday. While support for the packs were actually added after a recent update for the game, the reveal was temporarily delayed for the DLC which will give Xbox 360 fans the ability to alter the appearance of their Minecraft worlds by applying different textures and more.

Mash-up packs will give Xbox 360 owners the change to finally alter the appearance of Minecraft for the first time. Like PC players, the console version will finally be able to apply new textures to the game for the first time ever. Mash-up packs also allow players to customize the music and user interface of the block-building title as well.

Even though no mash-up packs have been released by 4J Studios at this time, the ability to use them was added as part of last week’s free release of Title Update 12 for Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition. In addition to bringing support for the appearance altering packs, the latest title update also introduces numerous other changes to the Xbox 360 version of Minecraft such as adding new jungle biome environments and ocelot mobs.

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